When I saw the synopsis of this book I just knew that I had to read it. Passing notes through the window. Such a sweet thing and just the story I had been waiting for.
A lot of the time I wish I had any job but the one I have. Does anyone else do that? Well, when I'm in a wishing mood I turn to literature. I escape into fantasy and I dream of the jobs that my characters have.
I was a bit unsure how to approach this post. I would say that Green Yellow and Purple are some of the the colours that I would say are the most unusual to find on books. It took a lot of shelf hunting to find ten books that had those colours predominantly on the covers.
The characters were so vibrant and danced right off the page. They were so weird and wacky that you couldn't help but laugh out loud. It is so hard to pick a favourite from all the characters we know but Luc is surrounded by some amazingly awesome people who will always have is back and know how to laugh at him as well,
2021 sounds so far away but there is only 3 and half months left of reading. That isn't much time and I have been buying books all year and I have a lot that I still need to read.
I'm sure you've been reading all about my days out last week on my Bookworm NOT in Paris post, but if you haven't read that I went out to Liverpool on Thursday and spent a good long time in Waterstones. I bought four books that day and had a great time being back in my favourite bookshop.
What a topic that Jana has chose for us this week?!
'Books that make me hungry' Was anyone else stumped by this topic when they first read it? Please say it wasn't just me?!
It feels like ages since I last wrote one of these but in realty it was only two weeks ago.
I have been looking forward to doing this one since I saw it back in May on The Comfy Reader. I am the proud owner of three cats, including one who likes to be little spoon to my big spoon in bed.
I have been blessed on NetGalley with many splendid books and I am glad to say that this week I am reviewing Beach Read by Emily Henry. This book seems to have been the talk of the summer.