No One Can Pronounce My Name. 4 stars. Maybe a little long and forgettable, but great characters and solid writing. Poignantly captures how it feels to be an outsider, in many different ways.
Saints for All Occasions. 5 stars. Big east coast Irish family saga, dealing with loss and long-buried secrets? Yes please.
I Found You. 3 stars. Solid but not Lisa Jewell's best. Awesome main character, melodramatic plot.
The Leavers. 4 stars. I liked this a lot. Asks questions about what...
The Book of Summer came out this week! It was otherwise uneventful.
I finished A Separation, which turned out to be a real slog. There is lots happening in this book, and it's fairly short, so its issues are 100% the writing style. A very very tedious writing style.
The Big Love turned out to be something of a palate cleanser. As I've mentioned, I am newly infatuated with Sarah Dunn, so I want to get caught up on her work. This is pretty light and somewhat forgettable, but very funny....
Once again, I am looking over the last seven days and am surprised that it's only been a week. Time does not fly by for me, even though I do feel like I'm having fun. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
I finished Was, and I just posted about it! I love this book even if it meanders a little at the end. This is really interesting and entertaining, and holds a lot of sentimental value for me. True hidden gem here.
Next up was Marlena. This one might be a casualty of too much hype. I was really excited to...