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book review march 2019

My book review this month is not as crazy as the past two. Work/Life has been busy and I have a strict 10pm bedtime now so no more staying up late reading. I’m joining Steph and Jana to book link-ups. So make sure to check them out to find more book reviews. You can also check out my Amazon shop, when I pick up a new book I always make sure to update the shop. So you can see what I’m currently reading as well. So let’s get right to it.

Fiction

jane doe by victoria helen stone book review
Jane Doe: I so enjoyed this book, Jane is a self aware sociopath. Despite her “disability”, she did manage to love and care about one person. When her friend Meg commits suicide, she is set to seek revenge from the evil ex who abused her. Jane feels zero guilt or remorse, so she perfectly manage to terrorized those who did her best friend wrong. Gina made me pick this up and I’m so thankful for her. This book gave me chills, it was an awesome story that had me hooked the entire time.
Verdict: 4 Stars
tell me lie by carola lovering book review
Tell Me Lies: As soon as I started this book I knew I was dealing with another sociopath. I did read and basically memorized the sociopath next door, which is a great book by the way. This book made me so angry, Lucy is a young freshman who ran into this guy that she pretty much spends her entire college career obsessing over. He cheats on her to her face, makes her the girl on the side and plays with her feelings for years while sleeping with her whenever he wants. Yet at 25 yo she is still thinking about this guy. See why I was so angry, overall it was a well written book with some not so lovable characters. I finished it in two days because I couldn’t wait for this girl to finally get a grip and move on. All in all, a great read.
Verdict: 4 Stars.
Daisy Jones & The Six: So this entire books is a series of interviews with members of a old rock band and how they rose to fame. At first I really thought this was a true documentary style book but Taylor Jenkins Reid is just that good. It’s the first time I’ve read a fiction book in this format, it started slow at first but the story quickly became captivating. This book convinced me that I need to read all her other books. I don’t want to give anything away but this book covers perfectly the industry in the 60s-70s and Taylor must have done so much research. I do think this book will be better enjoyed in audio format. I read it in two days and loved it!
Verdict: 5 Stars

Non Fiction

digital minimalism by cal newport
Digital Minimalism: I really liked this book, it doesn’t just tell you to put your phone and devices away but gives you an actual plan on how to do a detox from all things digital. I think in this day and age where people can’t put their phones down even while driving, this is a great read. We often say that we don’t have time for this or that hobby, or just to read a book but yet we spend hours doing God knows what on our phones everyday. If you think you need a reality check, this is a book for you.
Verdict: 5 Stars

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