Buzzwordathon Round 4 Wrap Up

Yesterday was the last day of the buzzwordathon so here I am today to tell you all about the books I read. The first book that I read and finished has kind of put me into a bit of a reading slump. Which is not something any reader wants to happen but especially not at the beginning of a readathon. Because of this I only finished two books the whole week. I did start two others so I with also share those with you and give you my initial thoughts on them.


All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover

This book really messed me up emotionally. I knew going into it that this book was heartbreaking but I was not prepared at all for how emotionally invested I would get in these characters. I’m sure by now that you can guess that this is the book that put me into a slump. I have never dealt with infertility but I did get the smallest of glimpses into what that must feel like while we were trying to have our youngest. The last few months of trying I would cry every single time I got my period and all I wanted was to be pregnant. My experience is barely a drop in the ocean of what women with infertility go through and I think this book does an amazing job of showing how devastating it can be. I also loved the relationship in this book. It isn’t perfect and they both make mistakes (some more serious than others) but I couldn’t help but love them together. Another reason that this book messed with me so much is because a lot of how Quinn describes her feelings for Graham is exactly how I feel about my husband. Although, thankfully we have never had to deal with some of the more serious issues that Quinn and Graham do. I also really loved how Hoover tells this story. It is told in alternating chapters of then and now and I really feel like it made the devastating parts that much more painful. Such a beautiful and heartbreaking story.


This Lie Will Kill You by Chelsea Pitcher

This is the only other book that I finished for the readathon. Unfortunately this also happened to be the worst book that I have read this year. The premise sounded so perfect for me and it started off ok but it quickly turned into a nonsensical mess. The book spent way too much time in the past and not enough time with the actual mystery. All of the characters made no sense with their thoughts or actions. The ending just kept getting worse and worse and I couldn’t wait for this book to end.


Call Me By Your Name by Andre Aciman

I am on page 67 and I am really liking this. So far I am thinking that this will be a five star read. The writing in this is really good and I can see why everyone raves about this book. I can’t wait to see how the relationship between the main character and Oliver plays out.


Everything You Want Me to Be by Mindy Mejia

29% in and this is progressing like a basic thriller. I am excited to keep reading this though because I have a feeling something shocking is going to happen or be revealed.



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