I had the crazy opportunity to watch Love, Simon a few weeks ago on a plane trip across the country. The movie didn’t disappoint, but I hadn’t read the book. I felt like I should read the book as well and that’s exactly what I did. LOL.
This is the second novel I’ve read by Kristin Hannah and I’ll admit I’m a bonafide fan. This book probably solidified that but I think I knew from the moment I finished The Nightingale. She does not disappoint.
I’ve been having a pretty difficult slump lately, so I’m glad to finally finish one book! I’m already happy that September’s got me reading again.
When the world seems like it’s falling apart everywhere we turn, it’s always good to know that younger generations of people are gaining the same knowledge and understanding of the world. We may not be able to protect our young people from the prejudice and stereotypes and hate that surrounds them, but if we open up the floor for them to speak their truth we might find that what they say actually matters.
I don’t know how I came across this book, but being a mood reader my brain tells me when I’m ready to read a book. For some reason, I wanted to read this book so I borrowed it from the library. It immediately downloaded to my kindle and I couldn’t put it down until I was done.
So I decided I was only going to read the first three books from The Selection series. I heard that the rest aren’t so great and I also want to move on to other books in my TBR. Not a lot to report here, but I’ll share the details with you below.
I’ve decided to make The Mortal Instruments my next big fantasy series to read. Aside from the rereads that I’m doing for A Court of Thorns and Roses and finishing up The Lunar Chronicles. Of course I need more books to read and confuse myself with.