I am loving 2019, positive vibes for starters and I’ve personally upgraded (well, when it comes to reading)
Here’s to the the new month! and to the books I’m about to recommend, lets get to it.
When Breath Becomes Air
This was quite a deep book not so thick but here’s the thing , its about dying but more about being alive. Paul’s story is one of a kind incredibly important things said derived from his own experiences, which are beneficial to listen and learn from them.
The Hating Game
Heading to fiction, I so connected with these characters, Joshua and Lucy, this story leaves me on a high that I cannot come down from. https://wanjirukay.com/review/the-hating-game-by-sally-thorne-book-review/
There’s a review for it and a 5 stars too!!
The Kiss Thief
I really enjoy stories of Nemesis and Narcissus and the Kiss thief characters Wolfe and Francesca were perfect when they played that role. Another 5 star rating https://wanjirukay.com/review/the-kiss-thief-by-l-j-shen-book-review/
Huge fan of Tarryn Fisher, and f*CK marriage is one of the reasons why, I didn’t mention this on the review but a snag comes whereby Billie from the story, is portrayed as the lady who needed a man to be happy. There’s no point in the book that mentions Billie being truly happy except when a second chance whoops in which involves her marriage and falling in love again. Besides that its a pretty much relatable book check it out. https://wanjirukay.com/review/fck-marriage-by-tarryn-fisher-book-review/\
The Tattooist Of Auschwitz
Probably would have never picked up this book if was book shopping, but thanks to the book club suggestions (since it was June book of the month) I read this incredible book. Based on a true story is what hit me hard, we all know how the holocaust was nasty, you get the raw view out of the tattooist. The conclusion as we were discussing the book was, fine it was tough and unbearable to be in that era, but after all the darkness there’s was love born out of it.
You know that feeling from the word go you just enjoy a read? How I felt with the unhoneymooners. A humorous enemies-turn-lovers romance fills out the first half of the book and I mean, that’s what make the book readable in a sitting (for me)
If you’re looking for something to fill in the Hating Game sized, enemies-to-lovers hole in your heart, look no further.
That’s all for now, hoping to bump into prodigious reads for the remaining months.