Another hyped mystery of 2018 that I decided to pick up. While I think the premise was good, the execution left me feeling let down and wanting more.
The first new adult book that I've ever read, and only because it was a short audiobook that I knew I could get through in a single day. Content warning: Mature language and content
The first book I've ever read that deals with the topic of adoption and it did a decent job at tackling such a hard topic.
Picked up a mystery after all my school reading and the other light books I had been reading.
A mystery from a dog's POV? What more could I ask for?
Re-capping my very...intensely negative feelings on one of the most highly regarded classics that we teach and read in school.
Another fairly well-regarded mystery that I've decided to tackle.
Taking a look at what a writer can do when he uses a similar premise to "Dial M for Murder" and also feeding into my need to keep reading mysteries.
Picking up my first true crime book has definitely made me consider investigative journalism a lot more seriously.
Exploring some of the older American classic mysteries during the summer as I try catching up with my ever-growing TBR.