Hey guys! I hope everyone is having an awesome Saturday. Today I’d like to talk about 5 books I hope to be reading this month:

“Untamed” by Glennon Doyle

The more I read about this book, the more I realize I need to read it. I’ve seen it in Barnes & Noble plenty of times on its own side panel, so I really can’t wait to delve into this book. I know this book has been labeled as thought-provoking by critics; othes have called it a wake-up call by the femenist and LBGTQ communities. I want to find out what all the fuss has been about.

“Into the Wild” by Jon Krakauer

This is another book I am currently reading and I hope to finish up after I’m done with “The Girl On the Train”. This is one of the books I started reading after coming off as rude on a Facebook page 🙃. I did learn a few things from this book, so I am happy now that I was recommended to read more on this topic.

“The Girl On the Train” by Paula Hawkins

I am actually in the process of reading this, and I hope to finish it shortly, in which time I may update you on if it was any good or not. Thus far, having an unreliable narrator has been a twist on an otherwise dull plot, and that is me being nice. However I may make my call based off of who’s the actual killer. There’s supposed to be a twist.

“Mexican Gothic” by Sylvia Moreno-Garcia

I keep on seeing this pop up in my Kindle recommendations. What keeps on drawing me in is this front cover. I adore the contrast between her red dress and the green background. Having not read much on this book, I would have to say it will be about a wedding gone extremely wrong. Perhaps the girl on the front cover is in mourning for her husband.

“Everything I Never Told You” by Celeste Ng

I’ve had this book sitting in my closet for a while. I really need to finally get this book’s money’s worth. I’ve heard many good things about both this book and the author and have been finding it hard to find Youtube videos to watch within 2020 that does not include “Everything I Never Told You” on it’s list.

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