April showers aren’t bringing May flowers so far but rain and reading are great partners. One more thing, sometimes, I have been known to run a bit behind on my posting. Somehow I missed posting April’s recap. Sorry for the delay. I will be posting May’s update by month’s end.
Middlemarch: by George Eliot. It is about relationships and just how archetypal they can be. Sign of the times. BRB Rating: Own It. Every good library needs a copy. It’s also one to read again.
The Marriage Pact: by Michelle Richmond. Publication Date July 25, 2017: This psychological suspense thriller introduces Alice and Jake as newlyweds who are recommended by one of Alice’s clients to become members of a very exclusive club. BRB Rating: Read It.
If I Run: by Terri Blackstock. Publication Date February 16, 2017: Casey Cox is running from the law after realizing that she is being framed for a crime she did not commit. BRB Rating: Read It.
The Best of Adam Sharp: by Graeme Simsion. Publication Date May 2, 2017 A Compositional Score on Romantic Relationships and the dynamics of marriages and relationships gone off the rails. Music is the driving force behind this quirky love triangle type tale. BRB Rating: Read It.
The Idea of You: by Amanda Prowse. Publication Date March 21, 2017: BRB Rating: Lucy is forty with a brilliant career who wants desperately to have a baby. A sappy, ridiculous story line make this hard to chug down. Skip It.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: by Douglas Adams. Hilarious story about the earth’s destruction and planetary outer space, whom controls whom, and who is really running the whole shebang. Just purchased the next two installments in the Hitchhiker’s series. BRB Rating: Own It.
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