Wednesday, June 15, 2016

So...

I finished both of these...and while I enjoyed them...I didn't love them. The last few books that I have read have been loaded with flashbacks which I think I am getting tired of...The Dollhouse...more flashbacks!

This was a really good book about a transgender teen...sad and very insightful!

So...what am I in the mood for now?

Or...

Or...

Still deciding...

Hugs,

Patty

 

14 comments:

  1. It does seem like flashbacks are being used a lot these days. I hope you're staying cool.

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    1. We are but today it just poured all day long!

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  2. You always find interesting books to read!!!

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  3. The cover of The Dollhouse is so appealing... sorry you didn't love the book. Think I'd reach for The Light of Paris next. Which one did you choose?

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  4. I can relate to disappointing reads...my current book, Tuesday Nights in 1980, is a snooze fest for me...with occasionally interesting parts.

    I am curious about Bright, Precious Days, as I read his previous book. I hope you enjoy it.

    I'm really late commenting...spent most of the afternoon with Fiona, putting together my bench, and then playing with my new external hard drive.

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  5. I am not a fan of flashbacks so too many of them would totally turn me off.

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    1. I think that the last few books I have read have had flashbacks. I am starting to hate them.

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  6. The Square Root of Summer looks good! Flashbacks can make me weary, too.

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  7. Glad you have some brighter reads lined up. This is why I try to read a different genre each book because I know I'll get tired of certain elements. But lately I've been requesting books or putting holds and whatever comes up comes up which may mean the same genre.

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    1. I just didn't realize flashbacks were so popular!

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