Here's a look at what I read in January 2020:
- Whisper Network by Chandler Baker : 3 stars. Liked it. Didn't love it. I think I wanted to like it more. Interesting subject matter for today's climate.
- The Most Fun We've Ever Had by Claire Lombardo : 4 stars. Finally finished this super-long one with lots of tears. There were times I felt it was slow and others when I couldn’t put it down. Overall it was definitely worth it and we will be discussing this one at my local book club this month.
- Long Bright River by Liz Moore : 4 stars. I was interested all the way through and invested in the outcome. Felt like the whole story operated at a low hum - not sure if that’s due to the writing style or the subject matter (opioid crisis + families caught in the middle) or something else. Definitely worth checking out.
- The Testaments by Margaret Atwood : 4 stars. Totally not the same “quality/depth” as the original novel but I found it very enjoyable as a fan of the TV series and I devoured it over two days.
To kick off your 2020 reading documentation I created a set of free digital word art circles:
Happy reading in 2020!