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I’m currently reading two books for the BTB Bingo challenge… The first is a physical copy of Stay Close by Harlan Coben; I’ve already seen the Netflix series so I’m curious to see how I will react to the original. And I’ve been curious about An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green and I needed an author with a Youtube channel/podcast, and his was one of the few I could find.


1. 56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard (4/5 stars) REVIEW 28/03
After a surprisingly not that good first experience with her work last year, I’ve been wanting to give her books another chance. My TBR jar seemed to agree with that, and picked out 56 Days for me to read… It’s one of the first books I’ve read that include the new COVID reality, and in a way I’m glad that I waited before reading it until things slowed down a bit. And while the story did feel a bit overlong, my second experience with Catherine Ryan Howard‘s writing was definitely a successful one.

2. The Perfect Holiday by T.J. Emerson (DNF 46%; 0 stars) DNF REVIEW 07/04
I love a good thriller with a travel element, so I was intrigued by The Perfect Holiday as soon as I first heard about it. A Spanish setting, a tragic past and the promise of danger ruining a perfect vacation all sounded too intriguing to pass up on, and I fully expected to enjoy my time with this story. Sadly, I ended up making the hard decision to DNF instead. I almost never opt for such a drastic way out, but there was just something about this story that simply made me unable to continue reading it. More about the why in my DNF review.

3. Gallant by V.E. Schwab (4,5/5 stars) REVIEW 28/03
It has become a tradition to start a book by one of my favorite authors each year on my birthday, and this year it was the turn of Victoria Schwab. With no pending backlist titles left, each new book published is a treasure and I’ve been waiting impatiently to read Gallant. And it definitely didn’t let me down! While there is no extensive plot and not that much is happening most of the time, this story still swept me away and took me on a magical journey.

4. The Library Of Lost And Found by Phaedra Patrick (2/5 stars) REVIEW 31/03
It’s unpopular opinion time again!! I really enjoyed Phaedra Patrick’s other book The Curious Charms Of Arthur Pepper and I was in the mood for an uplifting bookish story, so I fully expected to have a brilliant time with The Library Of Lost And Found. I’m not sure if it simply wasn’t the right story for me at this time, but somehow I ended up struggling considerably with it instead… Until the point that I even started debating whether to simply DNF it.


I will probably read The Owl Always Hunts At Night by Samuel Bjork next so I can hopefully cross this series off my list soon… After a successful book one, I’m looking forward to return to the series. I also want to read The Reading List by Sara Nisha Adams because I’ve been in the mood for bookish stories… And I should probably read the next DI Kim Stone Stolen Ones by Angela Marsons in preparation for the upcoming next book. I’m not sure I’m ready to face Dr. Alex Thorne though, because I REALLY hate her character. xD My newest TBR jar pick Master Class by Christina Dalcher will most likely have to wait until next month.

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