Sophie Kinsella is a fun, lighted author ... You aren't going to fill any smarter, after reading this book, but if are looking for a quick and fun read, this is it! I love girlie books in the summer and Kinsella never disappoints in that category. I liked this book; the story was really sweet. If you are looking for a fun, pool read, this book will not disappoint.
I loved The Husband's Secret, so I thought I would give this one a try. I liked this one even better! It was a great story and while the "interviews" were a little confusing at first, once I realized that they were interviews I really got it. I loved the story and love the way Moriarty writes, following several different characters. I have What Alice Forgot on hold at the library and I can't wait to read it!
This book was definitely a favorite. Dysfunctional family. Death. Love. I loved this book and when I finished, I realized it is being made into a movie. Coming out in just a few weeks. I can't wait. The story was fun, yet complicated and I didn't want the book to end. Check out the trailer on YouTube. We don't get these kinds of movies in Paducah, but I told Patrick we would drive to see it!
I just finished The Happiness Project and while it wasn't a fun, quick read, it was an interesting idea. The author picks four to five things a month to focus on, that she believes will increase her happiness. I feel like I am generally a happy person, but what a wonderful way to enjoy life more. I took several ideas from this book that I am trying to incorporate in my own life. I love the idea of this book and hope that I can remember it.
What are you reading?
I haven't given my September reading list too much thought, but I will keep you posted! Happy Friday, friends!