It’s more than halfway through the year and I’m looking forward to the next few months. Well, not so much since school is about to start.
On the bright side, I might be slightly more productive.
Anyhow, in my opinion, reading is half the fun. Blogging about it makes up the other half.
For this post, I’m going to include books I started and finished before July 2015. Also, I may do another instalment for books I’ve read in the last six months of the year. If I remember.
Black Knight by Christopher Pike
If you should know anything about me, it’s this: I don’t like when people compare a book to other books. So I won’t compare Black Knight to anything else. Not Hunger Games. Not Divergent. Go in with an open mind and give the novel a chance. This goes for all books.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
This story changed me. I will never be the same again.
Endgame (The Calling) by James Frey and Nils Johnson-Shelton
Does it sound familiar? That’s because I mentioned Endgame in a previous post. Say what you want about Frey. I appreciated the diversity and representation. Not every character was American.
The Escape by David Baldacci
I have no words aside from confessing that I’m in love with Robert Puller’s brain.
Lionheart: The Diaries of Richard I by Chris Manson
It’s a very different read, but the diary entries did not disappoint. I have a more in-depth review here.
Thank you Kev for the suggestion. I took his idea and put my own spin on it. He runs a fantastic blog supporting indie authors so you’re probably following him already.
Oh, would you look at that. I own a copy of all these books. Are you surprised I still want more?
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