The end of July has arrived and I’m struggling to wrap up all the books I’m currently reading before the month is out. So what have I been up to?
I haven’t had a ton of time to read a physical book, so ONE LITTLE SECRET, which I also have a digital copy of from Netgalley has been getting a ton of attention from me! I started this one a few days ago and plan to finish it tonight. I loved Cate Holahan’s previous release, LIES SHE TOLD. This story is completely different, but no less lovely! If I had to sum this one up, I would say it’s a locked room mystery/thriller with all of the interconnected family drama you love in books like BIG LITTLE LIES.
Since my reading time has been a bit limited, I’ve also been getting a ton of time with my audiobook selection, HUNTING CHARLES MANSON. Most of my knowledge about Manson has come from TV or movies, so I was thrilled to be offered this book for review. While I’m enjoying it and learning a lot, there is something about the layout that bothers me. The story is a bit disjointed in the timeline and I was envisioning something more linear.
I finally managed to start THE PUPPET SHOW! I’m less than 100 pages in and desperately wishing for some reading time. Since our weekend doesn’t have a ton planned out I’m hoping that wish comes true!
My last book I want to squeeze in before the month is out is THE COLORADO KID by Stephen King. How amazing is that cover?! Titan Books just released the new illustrated edition and I had to have it!
What are you reading this week? Have you read any of these titles?
Reviews from this week:
The Two Lila Bennetts by Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke
Layover by David Bell
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Disclosure: Thank you to Nelson Books, and Crooked Lane Books for providing me with a free copy of these books in exchange for my honest review!
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