Twitterature / September 2014

A Twitter-inspired look at books I’ve been reading recently.  (And here’s what I read last month.)  What’s on your bookshelf these days?


Anna and the French Kiss / Stephanie Perkins
I’ve been trying to read more YA, since some people say I shouldn’t.  This book was adorable.  Simply adorable.  I’ve read some valid critiques of the storyline, but I just plain loved it.


The Expats / Chris Pavone
I picked this up after seeing it on Anne’s can’t-put-down list, and that proved true.  I read this in nearly one sitting.  Not the best book ever, but certainly enjoyable.  I always enjoy espionage and Americans living abroad.

18050094The Accident / Chris Pavone
I rolled right into The Expat’s sequel.  Also enjoyable.  However, I found The Accident to be a bit more predictable, and this one had just a few too many branches of the storyline for my liking.

I also started 4 books that I didn’t finish.  I didn’t dislike any, just couldn’t get into them.  Might give them another try next month.



I’m linking up with Anne Bogel for her Twitterature series. Hop on over to Modern Mrs. Darcy for more.


5 thoughts on “Twitterature / September 2014

  1. Jenna Pirrie

    I’ve been itching to pick up Expats since it seems everyone’s reading and loving it lately, but I’m smack in the middle of a “read the books you already have on your bookshelves, for heaven’s sake!” challenge, so it might have to wait a bit!

    PS. BABY! I haven’t been reading your blog for very long now, but I am definitely excited for you guys and for L1!

    1. awastell Post author

      Thanks, Jenna! 🙂
      Expats is certainly good, but it can wait. Looks like you’ve got some good books on your list.

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