Recent Reads, Ranked
Inspired by @amieshmamie
- •Not ush a Baldacci fan- he's a little too violent for my liking. I'm going to read this sequel though so that's something. Amos solves a murder- well as it turns out lots and lots of murders bc he has a great memory.
- •Mystery. A little out there and harder to believe than the first book. Was a fun read.
- •This guy had *has??? a column in the Sunday paper. He's really funny and makes me lollll
- •Just hadn't read this one yet. She's great. "Don’t waste your energy trying to educate or change opinions; go over, under, through, and opinions will change organically when you’re the boss. Or they won’t. Who cares? Do your thing, and don’t care if they like it" & "Obviously, as an adult I realize this girl-on-girl sabotage is the third worst kind of female behavior, right behind saying "like" all the time and leaving your baby in a dumpster."
- •Peter is a Marine:Army guy who was overseas for 2 tours. Back home and has PTSD. Is bad ass and solves mysteries. More believable than the second one Burning Bright. Looking forward to 3rd one coming out in January.
- •So good. All about this girl growing up early 1900s. Family had immigrated from Poland and they speak Yiddish all the time. *I used schmutz today in the right way.
- •Finally 😬 read this from @joemurphy ST NICK BROUGHT A FULL SACK Y'ALL was interesting from start to finish. Teddy is such an interesting person to read about. I think my fav part here is how the author included all of the first hand accounts from letters and diaries of what happened on the river. I also liked how the guy in charge of planning the trip packed caviar and all sorts of special spices. What a doofus.
- •Did you see that movie Lion that was up for some awards this year? Based on this book. A 5yo boy lives in rural, poor India. He gets lost yada yada yada ends up adopted in Australia. Boy it's good though