Everybody lies…that reminds me of House M.D. I find human behaviour intriguing and I’m always interested in books where you can learn a little bit more about it. The reason I bought this book was the tagline on the UK edition – “What the internet can tell us about who we really are.” Fascinating enough, isn’t it?
Besides my book obsession, I’m powerless to resist to all the beauty products on the market. I’m especially interested in skin care. With all the advertisements, beauty blogs and friend’s advice, it might be hard to pick the right product for you and with the prices of some of the products a bit overwhelming, you have to choose wisely. That’s why I think it’s handy to have all the essential information in one book.
Having a chat with a close friend’ that’s how you feel while reading this book. It’s easy readable but you really want to read it slowly so you can enjoy it for longer. Reese seems so down to earth, you wish she was your friend and you that you were a regular guest of her fancy dinner parties.
The sequence of the Oh My Got What a Complete Aisling is even more intriguing although the first one was hilarious and charming. Aisling is dealing with a diversity of emotions and she appears to be braver than she believes.
I have been reading all of Khaled Hosseini books – The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns and And The Mountains Echoed. All of them are heartbreaking. The stories just stick in your head and you can’t forget them. The Sea Prayer isn’t different.
Reading this book is like watching Bridget Jones or kind of like it anyhow.
Thanks so much to Patrick Canning, who sent me a copy of his book The Colonel and The Bee. It was interesting for me to read a book from a genre I haven’t look into before – Steampunk genre.
Still Alice is a debut fiction novel. It wasn’t an easy read for me. Maybe because I have seen
This book has more than one surprisingly plot twist that makes it hard to leave down.
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