September has flown by! It seems like just yesterday I was starting to read my books at the end of August.
Okay, so I’ve been wanting to read this book for a while and I finally got around to it. Sophia had a lot of great tips about life, starting a business and getting a job. Her book is straight to the point. There is no fluff which is my kind of book. Some of the advice was irrelevant (like how to find investors), but it also boiled down to some important points.
I would like to add though, since reading the book I did some research and Nasty Gal filed for bankruptcy last year, leaving me to feel led astray because of all of the success talked about in the book.
I read this book because of a suggestion from one of my readers and it did not disappoint. The book follows the life of two women, Tina and Chrissie, who were born several years apart. Tina finds a letter written for Chrissie and is determined to find her and discover why she was never given the letter.
The book was an easy read and I really enjoyed seeing how the story played out, but it seemed to quickly, almost too quickly, resolve itself.
Side Effects May Vary
I found this book randomly online and while I was flipping pages to find out what happened next, the end left me seriously disappointed. A girl is diagnosed with cancer and believes she is going to die, causing her to make a series of irrational decisions to get back at people who have wronged her.
She then finds out she is in complete remission and is forcing her to confront her wrongs. The biggest one being with her childhood best friend, Harvey. The book switches from the present to the past to give a full story of what exactly happened when she had cancer. The book was good until the end when it seemed as though the author created a quick resolution on the premise of leaving readers to speculate how things went from there. Unfortunately though, I’m not one for speculating and would rather just know what the author thought was going to happen.
The Husband’s Secret
I know this book was popular awhile ago, but I finally hopped on the bandwagon and it did not disappoint. While I don’t want to give too much away, I will say it kept the pages turning. You go from wondering what was going on, to starting to figure it out. Eventually putting all of the pieces together and wishing the book would just never end, because it was that good.
Leave your book suggestions for the coming months in the comments below 🙂