WHY DOES NO ONE TALK ABOUT THIS BOOK?? It was so good. It legitimately had every single thing I love in a book all in one. Ranging from fabulous character arcs to plot twists and a solid romance (I haven't had a hard ship in quite some time), this book blew me away.
I have never read A Christmas Carol, but I have seen the play so I was already familiar with the plot. However, this book does an amazing job at flipping it into something completely new. I was immediately draw
This was a super quick Christmas read for me, and I have to say I was expecting a bit more. Granted, I know that with a Christmas romance/short story book the reader is expected to accept the outrageous and impossible, and being unrealistic was not the reason that I found these stories to be meh. The reason that I found them to be a bit average was because of the characters I guess? I'm not really sure how to describe it, but none of these stories felt all that
This is my second time reading this book, but my first time reading a lot of its stories. Originally, in June, I read the first two stories of this for school and gave it a rating because I never expected to read the rest. However, obviously, that is not the case. My original rating still stands and I don't have much to say about this book. My favorite stories were "Interpreter of Maladies" and "Sexy." Those were the only two that I would give five stars and actually loved. M
"Last call for second thoughts," murmured June. "Or second call for last ones."
Sighhhhh. Why didn’t I love this?? I’m so disappointed. 2.5 stars.
I was so excited about this sequel. I loved Vicious, and my opinions on it have not changed at all, don't worry. This book had so much potential, and the writing and some of the scenes were amazing, but the main issue I had with it was the... plot? Was there one? Not only was I constantly bored, but some of the plot seemed ther
“Walter made me understand why we have to reform a system of criminal justice that continues to treat people better if they are rich and guilty than if they are poor and innocent.” Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson sheds light on one of the biggest problems in American society today, and one that is not often considered as such. The book exposes the corruption of the U.S. incarceration system through the stories of affected people, each more heartbreaking than the last. This book
4.5 stars!! Only bumping down my rating because
1) I was more shook by The Assassin's Blade
2) The ending could have been a little better? Idk if that makes sense but I was hoping for a bit more
3) I predicted quite a bit of the plot, but it was still so enjoyable!!
4) I need to leave room for the inevitable improvement of the series :D
Despite those aspects, I still absolutely loved this book and need to read the rest of the series soon. I loved the characters and the