Originally Posted by fremontmama
I like Nick Hornby usually, but I felt the same way about this book, if I remember correctly. This was written from a female perspective right? Maybe he's best off writing from...
How to be Good by Nick Hornby
Just okay. There were definitely some funny parts, and I appreciated the wit, but I just never felt attached to the characters. I was disappointed with the ambiguous ending.
Still Alice by Lisa Genova
Bufomander's pick for book club. Loved it. It was so heartbreaking, yet so well written. I have experience caring for an Alzheimer's patient, and I found it to be very true to life. There were several...
I finished one in August and forgot to post.
Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris
It was pretty good. I know this is probably dumb, but the outdated styles were really bugging me. I kept thinking maybe it was written circa 1995,...
Eclipse by Stephanie Meyer
Not too impressed. I felt like the book could have been a third of the length that it was. It was a ton of build-up and then somewhat anti-climactic. I'll still read Breaking Dawn just to see what happens,...
Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen
I really enjoyed this. I liked the back and forth between past and present, and the story was solid and well researched. It wasn't especially moving or life changing, but just a good read.