let’s be very clear that I am VERY happy this week, because I finally binged Bridgerton
This book isn’t going to blow your mind or anything, but it’s not bad. Give it a shot if you liked rich people being weird and off-kilter.
When I stumbled across this book and saw it billed as “Gossip Girl meets One of Us Is Lying with a dash of the Secret History” I thought PLEASE inject this into my veins.
How often do I look back on the books I read that month and realize I didn’t write a formal review? Too often,
A classic retold as if it was basically Gossip Girl? How did I not know about this book earlier?
It’s creepy. It’s intoxicating. It’s so well written
One of the hidden secrets of Audible is the two Audible Originals you can download for free with your membership each month
“A Talented Mr Ripley for the Digital Age” is the tag line that immediately drew me towards Social Creature but also kind of ruined the plot for me, for obvious reasons. Nonetheless, despite some middling reviews, I devoured this book and was intoxicated by the writing style.
There are some authors that I truly love but I regret that I haven’t read everything they’ve ever written
The sweeping trilogy that puts Gossip Girl into the future and splashes in some death comes to an end with The Towering Sky.
I don’t like reading series because waiting a year or two between books drives me insane
Four high-schoolers befriend their favorite novelist, but things turn dark when it becomes clear that the stories they share with her, their private confessions, are fodder for her next novel.