If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.
– Haruki Murakami
"I love you always. Time means nothing.”
We ate at a restaurant that also sells books. They donate the money from the books to a local children’s charity. I thought that was fantastic and enjoyed scanning the shelves while waiting for my food.
Charming Illustrated Cinemagraphs Reflect The Idyllic Mood Of Lazy Summer Days
by Rebecca Mock
You can feel each one…
The struggle between wanting to savor every page of a good book because you don’t want it to end and wanting to quickly finish it because you want to know what happens
This is basically what it’s like to be an adult.
Thirteen Stories - Eudora Welty
This book was on my college bound reading list. It’s a shame that I didn’t read it until a year before I graduated. There were times when I felt like the stories went over my head, but Eudora Welty writes such descriptive stories that I didn’t care.
Lethal - Sandra Brown
Sandra Brown writes suspense novels with an added bit of romance. This one I think I enjoyed most out of all the few that I’ve read. What I enjoyed is that though I made a guess at who the main bad guy was my guess was so far off. Then when I looked back I could see how it all made sense, and I saw the small clues that I missed.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone - J.K. Rowling
I feel that I don’t have to say much about this one. The title speaks for itself.
City of Heavenly Fire - Cassandra Clare
I felt this was a fitting end to a series that I’ve spent years of my life with. Of course there were moments where I wanted to throw the book, moments when I held the book close and didn’t want to put it down, and there were moments when I might have teared up. I’m looking forward to reading the next series.
Deadline - Sandra Brown
Two Sandra Brown books in one month, Oh My! Though I still believe that I loved Lethal more than this book, I can say that it was extremely enjoyable. I enjoy her writing style, and the characters she creates. This book had the best plot twist I have ever seen. I never saw it coming, and there weren’t many if any clues at all. Those are the best plot twists.
The Last Forever - Deb Caletti
This book was fantastic, I even gave it five stars. This book is an incredible book about loss and moving on. I loved the way it was written. In the beginning it felt hard to read, like her thoughts were jumbled and short. Then I remembered when I lost someone close to me, and that was very accurately written. There was a side romance in the book, but it was not the main point of the story. I honestly cried while reading, but I cry over a lot of books. I think the main reason I cried was because I had a very similar relationship in my lifetime. I absolutely loved this book, and am actually going to throw it at my aunt and tell her to read it. That is how you know I thoroughly enjoyed a book.
Total Book Count: 6
Total Page Count: 2642
I’m reading on the train and I’m armed with a warning for the loud people.