The Secret Lives of Introverts | Jenn Grannerman
If a book has introvert in the title, then I’m in. A Myers-Briggs test once told me that I was 98% introvert so I always devour anything that can help me better learn how to work a world that often seems totally geared up for extroverts. I really enjoyed this book, and while the content is similar to that of numerous others books I’ve read on introverts, I particularly enjoyed Jenn’s writing style.
The Good Sister | Jess Ryder
I enjoyed this book but in all honesty, I read a few weeks ago and it was very much a run-of-the-mill thriller. A pet hate of mine is when the book cover says ‘twisty’ and it turns out that is in fact not very twisty at all. Good for a quick read but not one to sink your teeth into.
A Map For Wrecked Girls | Jessica Taylor
I’ve had this on my TBR list to read for ages but you know when you just put off starting a book and then never get round to it, this was it. So I started this book when I didn’t really want to and felt like it might be difficult to get myself through it. But, how wrong was I? I loved this!
Emma and her sister, Henri find themselves stranded on an island, with Alex as their only company. I loved the focus on the Emma and Henri’s relationship and the secrets that unravelled themselves as the book progressed. A Map For Wrecked Girls is a perfect book for anyone with a love for YA fiction.
What have you read recently? Let me know in the comments!