It's been a while since I posted a blog like this, and I missed doing posts that are not book reviews. So, I decided to share with you the 10 thriller titles I listened to last October on Scribd
How It Went Down is the story of the murder of Tariq Johnson. He was a black kid shot by a white man. This story is told in the eyes of the community through multiple accounts of those who witnessed the crime.
A Girl Like That can be a hard book to read, so tread lightly if you decide to pick this up as your next choice. The themes discussed are much needed at this time, but some scenes can be triggering for people who've experienced this before.
"It’s all too perfect, I think. When things are that perfect, something is wrong." Book Details Title: The Wives Author: Tarryn Fisher Date Published: December 30, 2019 Number of Pages: 336 pages Publisher: Graydon House I listened to an audiobook copy of this book via Scribd. Get 60 Days Free Access To Scribd Using This Link! Full disclosure: If … Continue reading Dark, Daring, and Disturbing // Book Review: The Wives by Tarryn Fisher
"Even if something had just happened, it can still be history." Book Details Title: It's Not Me, It's You Author: Stephanie Kate Strohm Date Published: October 25, 2016 Number of Pages: 288 pages Publisher: Point I listened to an audiobook copy of this book via Scribd. Get 60 Days Free Access To Scribd Using This Link! Full … Continue reading Exes, Growing Up, and Full Cast Audiobooks // Book Review: It’s Not Me, It’s You by Stephanie Kate Strohm
““Gobaek.” She paused. “Isn’t it interesting that Koreans have a specific word for that? Because we understand that even saying you like someone is meaningful. In America, the moment is sealed by like, sex or some dramatic love confession. But in Korea, ‘I like you.’ That’s a big deal.”” Book Details Title: Somewhere Only We Know … Continue reading A K-Drama Condensed Into A Book // Book Review: Somewhere Only We Know by Maureen Goo