What’s the most amazing thing you’ve ready lately?What’s the most amazing thing you’ve ready lately? Kathy #review
SAGA series by Brian K Vaughan
@Rohen SAGA is so good ???
@Tearshani, down 5 volumes, I am a BIG FAN! ?
@Rohen I need to catch up ? I get distracted easy
Beautiful Music for Ugly Children and Middlesex will always be my all time favorites
@Samuel I’ve never heard of BMFUC.
Looks interesting. ?
@Kathy It’s been my favorite book for years! You should check it out
@Samuel I will.
The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
Oh? and what’s your review abt it ?
Ken Za sorry for the delayed response. I truly love this book. It’s true and timeless and just beautiful. Like music for the eyes.
I’d recommend it to anyone.
The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch and JefferyZaslow
Boy’s Life by Robert McCammon
I’m reading this one next, I’m excited because I’ve heard great things about it!
@Brenda I loved it
All the pretty monsters 1 and 2 by kristy cunning and the perfect family by shalini boland
Kina of in a slump. Been reading, but nothing I want to share
This is just amazing! It gave me a whole new outlook on life. I’m on my second read through!
It looks interesting. Thanks.
Have you by chance read any of the books by Marianne Williamson. I love her.
No, I haven’t. I will look her up, what kinda books does she write?
Spiritual, not religious. Course in Miracles, some of them. Her best is A Return to Love. She also has lectures on you tube that are good.
@Charlotte that so describes Michael A Singer! His autobiography is called The Surrender Experiment, it’s about how he decided to not resist anything the Universe puts in front of him, and just open himself up to everything no matter if his mind said it was a bad idea, or he didn’t want to do it. He ended up building a community in Florida, and a multi million dollar company. It’s really interesting, and inspiring!
I put a hold on those two, and I can’t wait to listen to them! Thank you very much for the recommendation!
Becoming, Michelle Obama
My heart and the other black holes
Educated by Tara Westover
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine
Night watch ( city watch series – Discworld ) Terry Pratchett
I’m working in All Clear (the sequel to Blackout), and so many secrets are coming out now, plenty of suspense. Historical fiction with a dash of sci-fi
OOO. Jotting these down! Did you like the tv show Timeless? It is like this.
@Charlotte I’ve never heard of it, haha, I’ll check it out
You, Hidden Bodies, The Wife Between Us, The Last Time I Lied
@Jessica The Last Time I Lied is good? I haven’t read it.
@Kathy I read it in 2 days, it was really good! Grabbed me from the first couple pages, and the twist was great!
@Jessica That’s what I love.
@Kathy I highly recommend it, I couldn’t get into Final Girls by Riley Sager and actually didn’t finish it but the last time I lied was amazing
@Jessica Yes! Me too. DNF Final Girls!!!
@Kathy and apparently the same taste in books!
Have you read For Better And Worse by Margot Hunt?
@Kathy I haven’t, how is it?
@Kathy I’m heading to the library today I’ll have to check it out
@Kathy, you must read it! It’s amazing! One of my very favorites from last year!
@Johnna I will!!!
I started the year with Wundersmith by Jessica Townsend and I loved it!
Animal Farm by George Orwell
Becoming by Michelle Obama ?
Girl, Wash your Face
“You are a badass” by Jen Sincero
I love Jen Sincero! I have all her books. My favorite is You Are A Badass At Making Money. She had a new one that came out in December, and it’s like a p ok diet guide on how to win at life!
@Eric yes!! She is amazing, I recently ordered “You are a badass at making money”. Just waiting on it to arrive. ?
@Alejandra it’s a game changer. It made me realize all the money blocks that I had and I had really silly misconceptions of money, and people who have lots of it. It will definitely light a fire under your ass.
@Eric it needs to lol I need to get better at it, thanks!!
Circe. I don’t usually like this type of book but thought I would try it. I finished it last night and I am wishing there was more.
@Ann on my list!
@Ann on mine, too ?
Where the Crawdads Sing
The Kite Runner and Brave New World
@Brandy brave new world is one of my favorites
I’m currently reading a Robert Parker follow up by Reed Farrel Coleman. A new in the Jesse Stone series. It’s good but not great. I’m still going with The Au Pair as best book of the month. I’ve got a big pile though, it could still change. Find me a good time travel book , that could do it. I don’t think there are any I haven’t read though.
Boy Swallows Universe by Trent Dalton
My Grandmother Asked me to Tell You She’s Sorry.
The House by the Lake by Thomas Harding. The biography of a house I Germany and the families who lived in it, showing the history of 20th century Germany. It was built in the 1920s by a Jewish family, requisitioned by the Nazis and has the Berlin Wall running through the garden. Fascinating and gripping, I absolutely loved it.
@Claire just looked this up can’t wait to get my hands on it!
Excellent! I absolutely loved it, it made me really want to visit Berlin. The author is the grandson of one of the Jewish children who lived in the house.
Where the Crawdads Sing
Nothing really, everything seems retreads
The Curious Incident of The Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark Haddon
Where the Crawdads Sing
Stay strong 365 days a year by Demi lovato
Skellig – David Almond!
1.Where the Crawdads Sing and 2. Palm Trees In the Snow
Verity by Colleen Hoover
Where one goes B N Toler
Jagatud Suvi by Ene Sepp
Ohio, Stephen Markley. Not for the squeamish. Very brutal, but amazing in the way it weaves together common experiences of the characters/ each seeing events from his/her own unique perspective. The author is also skilled at foreshadowing what is going to happen..so you don’t actually guess it, but when it happens…ah!