What was your favorite and least favorite books read in August?What was your favorite and least favorite books read in August? Paula #review
Favourite: The Choice by Nicholas Sparks
I tried to read up in the air I hated it
I haven’t finished my August reading yet 😀
The ecliptic. Best.
Favourite – The Big 4 by Agatha Christie.
Least Favourite – Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter.
My least favorite: the highlord wants forever by kresley cole
And my favorite: the prince by jennifer l armentrout
Favorite: unwanted guest
Least : cabin at the end of the world
Best: Warlight by Michael Ondaatje
Worst: A visit from the goon squad by Jennifer Egan
Favourite: Under My Skin by Juno Dawson?I liked the idea of a tattoo that possesses you?Least: Our Dark Duet (Monsters of Verity~Book 2) by V.E. Schwab, I enjoyed the first book, despite the fact I couldn’t stand Kate, the second book was ok & Kate was even more annoying, I like reading strong female characters but the chip on Kate’s shoulder was frankly, bigger than rock?
My favourite was: The lightkeeper’s daughters by Jean E. Pendziwol
Favorite: The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager
Least: Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler
I didn’t care for Sweetbitter at all
Favorites were The Butterfly Garden and All The Ugly and Wonderful Things.
Least favorite was She Was The Quiet One.
My favorite was How to Hang a Witch and least favorite was Seven Days of Us.
My favorite was Where’d You Go Bernadette. Least liked was The Auctioneer.
Favorite: either the Shades Of Magic trilogy or Puddin’ by Julie Murphy
Least favorite: Charlie & the Chocolate Factory
Rich Dad Poor Dad
Finished The Postman just before August ended… in Hawaii. (I’m in Florida, but I’m counting it. :D)
Best on the month: Sleepyhead by Henry Nicholls. Releases in the US on Sept 4.
Least favorite: Coldfall Wood by Steven Savile. Steven is a friend, but I’m just not a fantasy reader. So once this started going swords and sorcery hard core around 50% of the way in, it became my biggest fight of the month to finish. But fantasy readers will probably love this thing.
I loved everything I read this month, especially the biography of Daphne du Maurier. She certainly lead an interesting life!