Books I Recommend You Read [February]

Monday, February 25, 2019

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I got some really REALLY great books in this month. Check them out! 

It Was Me All Along by Andie Mitchell

This was an amazing memoir of a girl who struggled with binge eating and being overweight her entire childhood and even young adulthood.  It covers the failures and successes and it was super motivational to me to get my own habits into shape. 

Parkland by Dave Cullen
I am a HUGE fan of Dave Cullen's work.  I always enjoyed his book Columbine and now Parkland is on my favorite book list for life! It takes you through the days, weeks, and months following the horrific events of February 14, 2018 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.  It's an in-depth and respectful look at how a group of students from that school branched out across the country to start a movement to make sense of the tragedy they endured and to make a better future for themselves and others.  Dave does an amazing job of detailing their emotions and actions from a neutral standpoint that any sensible person can agree with.  His unbiased coverage of yet another historical event that created waves throughout the country and taught us all some serious life lessons is one of the most respectable books I've ever enjoyed. This is not tabloid journalism.  This is beautifully written realism. 

Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes
So I didn't enjoy this one as much as You.  But it's a great follow up to where Joe Goldberg ends up after fleeing New York.  He starts over in California and once again begins some volatile relationships.  If you enjoyed You, you will still enjoy this one and I highly recommend it.

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1 comment:

  1. These sound like great books.


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