Recommended by the “Someone Else Is Reading It” Club. Couldn’t even finish it.
If you enjoyed “What Alice Forgot” you might enjoy this book, too. Or you might not.
How much do people change in 10 years? When Alice hits her head at the gym, she forgets her children, her extended relationship with her husband, and that she ever wanted to join a gym. It’s just so not her. What does it mean to reset a relationship, and how will memory slipping back affect … More What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty
Someone left this book on a friend’s table . I figured I’d read a few pages. AMAZING STORY. I convinced the friend to lend me the book so I could finish it. No spoilers beyond the back-cover. The idea of selling children to rich families is hardly unique. Long-lost siblings being re-united is a great … More Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate
If you could read your boyfriend’s mind wouldn’t you know that he’s just using you? Apparently this occurs to no one, because the little operation is just for –emotions–. A lot of the humor fell flat for me. Not my favorite book by Connie Willis.
Excellent story – could not put it down. Potential subtitles for this book: The one where no one gets what they want. The one where things snowball because no one wants to take responsibility. The one where a kid doesn’t know the rule and the kid pays for it, and when the teacher doesn’t know … More Nothing But the Truth by Avi
No happy endings. No resolutions at all. 3 narrators take turns in this book: I don’t like any of them enough to remember their names. -One psychopath (a girl, tho they are usually men in literature), -one possible psychopath (he only used to be evil, now he’s maybe reformed) and -one alleged psychic who makes … More Delicate Monsters by Stephanie Kuehn