Our August Monthly Motif Challenge was Genre Jumble. We hope you all had fun mixing it up this month and trying something new. Kim – My book for August was Please Ignore Vera Dietz, A.S. King. It’s a contemporary book and I’m not a big fan of contemporary. I thought I might like this one because it involves a mysterious death. I was right. I did enjoy this book. I read it pretty quickly and found it sad, humorous, and thought provoking.
Tanya – My choice was Truly Madly Guilty, Liane Moriarty, which is a contemporary novel. Like Kim, I don’t read much contemporary, but I thought I’d enjoy this as I’ve read books by Moriarty before – Big Little Lies and The Husband’s Secret, and I thoroughly enjoyed both of them. Well … I really liked Truly Madly Guilty, but not as much as the other two. Still, I’d definitely recommend it.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the challenge last month –Julie @ Reading Life (And Then You Die) | Katrina @ Chased by My Imagination (The Girl With All the Gifts) | Cinzia (Anche le parole curano).
Ypu’re welcome to join us for the remaining months of the 2016 Monthly Motif Reading Challenge. The theme for September is Steampunk, Science Fiction, Fantasy.
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