It’s read an eBook week! What was the last eBook you read?
The first and only e-book I ever read was written by my good friend and was terrible. Therefore, I’m not going to mention the title.
Do You Follow by J. C. Bidonde
Give Unto Others by Donna Leon.
A Far Wilder Magic by Allison Saft
The last one I finished was The Golden Couple by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen., which was excellent. I would definitely recommend it, as long as you don’t mind a therapist acting as an investigator.
I’m currently reading Sundial by Catriona Ward, which I’ve just started. So far it’s interesting, but I have no idea where it’s headed yet.
The Death of Jane Lawrence by Caitlin Starling
It was a gothic novel that was interesting. I enjoyed it a lot, but there were times I felt the book got away from her. Still, Im glad I read it. Not really sure how it ends… One of those non concrete closings.
I am currently reading “Off the Edge: Flat Earthers, Conspiracy Culture, and Why People Will Believe Anything” by Kelly Weiss and “Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City” by Matthew Desmond. I last finished “Of Women and Salt” by Gabriela Garcia. (I only read my book club books for work on ebook, because I can read them from the browser at the reference desk, lol.)
The Club by Ellery Lloyd which was a letdown tbh
I feel the same way. I won it on Goodreads and it’s rare for me to say that about a book. I didn’t like it at all and didn’t finish it.
It was a book I won on here that was part of a series. It was about a girl who lived in the woods. Very good book and interesting story.
I’m honestly not an ebook reader at all but with arthritis, I think I am going to have to be.
Currently reading The Reunion
Marriage for one by Ella maise
Hell of a Book was my last e-book
Last ebook I read was also The Club, but I personally really enjoyed it and actually found the ending quite satisfying. To each their own I suppose!
The Night Shift by Alex Finlay
Regretting you by Colleen Hoover
Decagon House Murders by Yukito Ayatsuji
My last ebook read was Of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia. I lead a book club through the library I work at, and it is the only time I actually do get paid to read, so I usually read the books on the Kindle Cloud Reader at my desk. Otherwise, I’m more of a “physical book in my hands” fan.