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- Yes, My Accent is Real by Kunal Nayyar – I rarely read memoirs and biographies of celebrities…in fact I think this is only my second one, but it was a lot of fun. (The other was Ozzy Osborne).
- November 9 by Colleen Hoover – I enjoy hoover, but I normally avoid romances with this many feels in them. Hoover is the exception.
- Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult & Samantha Van Leer – It’s a light feel good romance, with a lot of whimsy…which I don’t normally go for, but it’s so cute!
- The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins – I tend to avoid thrillers, but I took a chance on this one and loved it!
- The Room by Jonas Karlsson – This is more along the lines of the Metamorphsis, it’s weird and different…but it’s a lot of fun to read.
- All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven – I also avoid contemporary books with things that hit a little too close to home…like living with depression. I cried so much during this and it brought on a lot of low moments, but it’s so well written and so good that I’ve forgiven it.
- The Beauty Bride by Claire DelaCroix – I’ve never tried a medieval romance before trying this one out, and I’m addicted!
- Ink by Melanie Karsak – Mermaid books are usually at odds with me for some reason, but Ink…though short…was absolutely fantastic!
- The Hot Zone by Richard Preston – Current Event related novels are another thing I avoid…But this time I fought fear with knowledge. It’s an excellent read!
- The Bees by Laline Paull – I’m used to the idea of animals taking the place of humans in stories, but only in middle grade usually…this is an adult novel, and it’s so different.