The year is coming to an end and with it also comes my final book review of the year! This month I read four books. Two were great, one wasn’t very good and one was very informative. Read on to find out which is which.
Her Sister’s Shoes
Her Sister’s Shoes was my favorite book I’ve read this month. The book was about three sisters and how their lives and problems intermixed. One of the sisters was dealing with a difficult husband, one was dealing with a disabled son and other other with her cheating husband. It shows how they all came together to solve each others problems. I spent the whole time I was reading this book flipping the pages as fast as I could to see what would happen next!
I’ve been looking forward to reading this book since a couple of months ago when I first found out about it. Earlier this year I read The Magnolia Story by Chip and Joanne and fell in love with their story. They live such a unique life and even though they have gathered quite a following that doesn’t take them away from being down to earth. Capital Gaines focuses on words of wisdom from Chip. He goes into more detail explaining how he got where he is today and giving tips along the way. He tells his stories in a personable way and makes you want to continue to read more.
Okay, so I got excited when I found a cute, interesting book I could read for Christmas. But boy oh boy was this book a disappointment. I read books on my Kindle so I never know how long they are until I buy them, and to start with this book was only 90 pages. 90 pages is not enough for a plot to fully develop and be resolved, or at least it wasn’t in this case. The book is about a woman who is struggling to conceive. She ends up finding a baby and taking it. She then has to decide what to do with the baby. And let me tell you, it was just as weird to read the book as it probably was to just read that.
The Plastic Effect
The last book I read this month was something different than my usual reads. It was a book debunking several credit card myths. I figured since I was about to graduate it would be a good time to learn more about credit cards and how to keep a good credit score. This book was informative, easy to read, and full of good information. It definitely wasn’t as fun to read as a fiction book, but it was by no means a painful read either.
Take a look at my past monthly book reviews here.