Reading Recap | July - October 2021


This one took me a while to get into. I picked it up and put it down a few times. But once I got into it, I was in for the slow burn. Very well written and it kept me guessing until the end.

It took me forever to finish this one, I'm sad to say. I read about 1/3 of the way in and then put it down for months. Only to pick it up and finish it in a day. Like with any other Moyes' other books, this one was amazing.

This one had been sitting in my Kindle for more than I'd like to admit. But once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down. I laughed. I cried. And now I'm hooked on Robert Duggoni books.

Ah, Trevor. How can you not like this man? This book was everything I had expected. Funny, serious and though provoking. Plus, I learned a great deal about Aparteid (because we didn't cover it at all in school) Definitely worth the read.

My friend Amanda had actually recommended this one as she had just started it. I loved The Guest List and this one was just as suspenseful. A whodunit right up until the end. 

I'm a huge fan of Poirier so when she posted this on Instagram I immediately went out and purchased it. Find Me In the Dark is the first in a series and I'm already hooked. If you like female detective books, this one is for you.

This definitely needs to be made into a movie. Such a great book about forgiving mistakes and family.

This book flips between present day and 14 years in the past. I love books with multiple time lines so this was perfect. I could not put it down and read the whole thing in two days. Will definitely be reading more from Baart.

So good. SO good. Someone please make this into a movie! Twisty and suspenseful. A Feeney fan for life.

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