Book Unhaul (Part 2)

GOING ON.pngHello  and happy Wednesday. As promised, I bring you part 2 of my book unhaul. I’ll be following the same format as before, so let’s get started!

 

 

Skinny Me by Charlene Carr [x]

My rating: ***

The whole concept of the story wasn’t appealing to me.

Premiere: A Love Story by Tracy Ewens [x]

My rating: ***

A very predictable NetGalley read.

The Trouble With Goodbye by Sarra Cannon [x]

My rating: ***

This super mediocre read that promised to be a lot more than it ended up being.

Bonjour Tristesse by Francoise Sagan 

My rating: ***

A spoiled girl talks about her first world problems.

Something Borrowed by Emily Giffin [x]

My rating: ***

I still prefer the movie to the book.

First, Last, and Always by Kim Lehman [x]

My rating: ***

NetGalley read about a fat girl who ends up dating her dorky best friend. Um, no thank you.

Like Candy by Debra Doxer 

My rating: ***

A NetGalley read that wasn’t the least bit sweet.

I Love You, Beth Cooper by Larry Doyle [x

My rating: ***

Up to this day, I still can’t understand what went through my head when I decided to buy and read this book.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button [x]

My rating: ****

A cute little story I’m not planning to reach for in the future.

Streetlights Like Fireworks by David Pandolfe 

My rating: ****

Pretty much the same as the previous book.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum [x]

My rating: ****

I prefer the movie version with the red slippers and no violence.

Cinder & Ella by Kelly Oram [x]

My rating: ****

The audiobook was entertaining, but not enough to keep in my Kindle forever.

Love Creeps by Amanda Filipacchi [x]

DNF

I can’t even begin to explain how weird and plain bad this book is.

The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger [x

DNF

In my humble opinion, Andy is whiny and immature and not worth reading about.

I personally feel lighter after this bookish detox. Now, I’d like to know whether you’ve read any of the books in this list and your thoughts on them.

Happy reading!

Love, Miss Camila

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