TWELVE BOOK REVIEWS IN THREE SENTENCES OR LESS

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Hey, friends! Welcome back to another edition of book-reviews-in-three-sentences-or-less! This kind of book review has so far been the most popular here on my blog, so I'm going to stick with them for a while. Keep reading to see twelve of my most recent reads, reviewed in three sentences or less!




The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager || I'm usually pretty good at spotting twists before they come, but this one kept me guessing the entire time. The ending was a total surprise for me. It kept me interested from front to back, and I will definitely be reading more of Sager's work.

Stars: 5/5

We Could Be Beautiful by Swan Huntley || The reviews on Goodreads are very mixed for this book, so I didn't have the highest of hopes. But I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. There was a lot of hate for the shallow main character, but I enjoyed her sarcastic narration.

Stars: 4/5

15 Seconds by Andrew Gross || I'm not sure how I even came to own this book, but it's been on my shelf for years, so I thought I'd give it a go. It was "so-so" for me. The plot held a lot of promise, but the style of writing was not for me.

Stars: 2.5/5

The Girls Who Went Away by Ann Fessler || I'm not sure I have the words to describe how I felt after reading this book, and I mean that in a good way. This is one of the rawest books I've ever read and I was genuinely sad any time I had to put it down. It had me in tears more than once, and I just wanted to hug every single one of these women who told their stories.

Stars: 5/5

You Belong by Jessie Fioritto || I received this book as an Advanced Reader from the publisher and the author. I read a review that said, "It's like sitting down to coffee with a friend and having her speak encouragement into your heart", and that's exactly how I feel. Short, daily devotionals for perfect for women that need a reminder of who God created them to be.

Stars: 4/5

When Never Comes by Barbara Davis || This is the first Davis novel for me. The synopsis makes it seem like it's a thriller, but it's more of a romance/heartfelt novel. It was a sweet story.

Stars: 3/5

Funny, You Don't Look Autistic by Michael McCreary || I listened to this on audio. I found the author easy to love, and it gave me quite a bit of insight about those on the spectrum.

Stars: 4/5

An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen || I flew through this book. It has mixed reviews, but I personally enjoyed it. Wickedly twisted, in the best way.

Stars: 4/5

Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty || The first novel of Moriarty's I read was "Truly Madly Guilty", and even though it had high praise, I found it just okay. I took a chance on this one when I saw it frequenting my Instagram feed with five-star reviews. The chance was 100% worth it.

Stars: 5/5

Hide Your Eyes by Alison Gaylin || Another that was on my shelves and I have no idea how it got there. I can't give a full review because I stopped reading about 1/2 through the book. It was definitely not for me.

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon || I feel like I'm repeating myself here, but I read Yoon's novel, "The Sun Is Also a Star" and I personally didn't really care for it. I'm not exactly sure why I decided to read this one (quarantine brain?), but goodness, it was a good choice. I read it in a day and loved it.

Stars: 5/5

The Expatriates by Janice Y.K. Lee || The beginning was a bit slow for me, but it picked up speed about halfway through. The last chapter was my favorite part of the whole book. Lee did an excellent job weaving the three main characters together in a way that made you able to connect with them all.

Stars: 4/5


Let me know in the comments if you've read any of these + your thoughts!


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2 comments

Trista @ The Classy Chaos said...

I will have to add nine perfect strangers to my list!!

Alia parker said...

Yes, lovely reviews. From here i person could easily find the best book form him or her. I appreciate it. I think you should publish non fiction book and so on. So that people will more attract.