Thursday Musing: Summer Reading Continued
After finishing the Fifty Grey’s trilogy, I found myself bored and in need to find more books to read, just to contain my boredom (I’m babbling here).
So what did I read you ask? Well, I read:
- Gone Girl- by Gillian Flynn: This book was definitely my favorite read out of these three books! It was a thriller and has twist and turns every time you turn a page. Let’s just say it makes you love both characters at first, like one over the other a third of the way through, then it makes you change your mind about who you like. By the end of the novel, you end up hating/loving both in a weird way. It’s just one of those reads that you have to really process while reading and not want to put it down. Seriously, go buy this book!
- My Life Next Door- by Huntley Fitzpatrick: It’s a cute read and insightful way people look at different families. I’m not sure I liked the ending, it could have been better, but a good read nonetheless.
- Ten Things We Did (and Probably Shouldn’t Have)- by Sarah Mlynowski: This book was on sale on amazon for Kindle App for $2.99 so I bought it. It was basically, meh. Definitely dumbed down. Deals with real life situations, yet with a cliche teenage drama. It’s a book you basically read right through, fast, because it’s really bland. I wouldn’t recommend paying more than $2.99 for this book. It’s honestly not that good.
There you have it. My summer reading is up to 6 books since the second week of July, and the month hasn’t even ended. Next book? Lost Symbol by Dan Brown; old book, but I’m curious, so I’ve finally decided to read it.
Until next time,