Hurray! It is that time of the month again. I missed out on August, but I have a few good titles to share with y'all for September. For any readers who are new to the wonderfulness that is Twitterature, the tweet length version is: short, casual reviews of the books you've been reading. Hashtags are welcome.
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
In a small southern town, a man's wife goes missing and his world dissolves into chaos. This is a dark, mature read but absolutely fascinating and has a pretty epic plot twist half way through. #psychologicalthriller #whateveryoudodon'treadahead!
P.S. I Love You by Cecilia Ahern
Sweet and romantic novel about a young widow coming to terms with her husband's death. It made me cry. I have cried while reading maybe one or two other books. #nowIwanttoseethemovie #butI'mafraiditwon'tbeasgood
Rapunzel Let Down by Regina Doman
If you loved the other books in the Fairy Tale Novel series, you will love this one. However, be prepared for a much more adult tale, following the real story of Rapunzel, not the Disney-fied version. #beautifulstory #whathappenswhenprincecharmingfalls? #canIbragthatmymomtookthatcoverphoto?
There's No Place Like Here by Cecilia Ahern
Sandy Shortt is neither sandy haired nor short, and she runs a missing persons agency. That is, until she ends up going missing herself. A little slow, but a touching story #giveitashot
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