New Week, New Book (3/12/18)
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Happy Monday, everyone! Since I had travel planned for the weekend, and a big race yesterday, I scheduled a day off from work today and I'm hopeful I'll be able to do some reading. I'll post a full race recap later this week so, until then, here's what I've been reading over the past week.
In last week's recap, I mentioned that I was feeling rather indecisive about my next read; I chose The Flight Attendant by Chris Bohjalian, an author I have enjoyed in the past, and I have a full review scheduled to publish tomorrow.
A few months ago, I received an email from Simon & Schuster about one of their upcoming releases, Laura & Emma by Kate Greathead, and the comparison to Gilmore Girls and Ladybird sounded intriguing; I decided to give it a try, and I'm so glad I did! My review of Laura & Emma will also be up this week.
Thanks to this review from Susie at Novel Visits, and seeing it pop up on so many recommendation lists, I decided to listen to Educated by Tara Westover. I figured if I started it fairly early in the week I would know whether it would be something interesting to listen to during my road trip over the weekend and...wow.
Over the weekend I started reading Sometimes I Lie, a debut psychological thriller by Alice Feeney; I know, I know...why am I still trying to find great psychological thrillers?! Well, Ann Marie at Lit Wine Dine has already said that it was a wild and crazy read and it's averaging over 4 stars on Goodreads so, why not?