Not enough hours in a day
As you have likely noticed, my website has been very seldom updated lately, life has been full of changes this year. A new job, getting married, going back to school, all of these things have made life extremely busy. I haven’t been doing as much reading as usual, but I have read 13 books so far this year.
While 13 books may seem like a lot, it’s very few compared to my past reading habits. Also, because of life, I don’t have that much time to write long book reviews anymore, so over the next short while, I’m going to highlight some of my favourites of the books I’ve read so far this year in 2019.
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Evelyn Hugo, reclusive Hollywood’s movie icon, is now ready to spill all the dirt and secrets of her marriages to seven different men and her great forbidden love.
This is by far my most favourite book I’ve read so far this year. It was a fascinating story, with a couple of twists that you knew were coming, but couldn’t quite figure out until the author revealed them to you. I openly wept on the bus as I was reading this novel as I could feel the depth of emotions that Evelyn Hugo was experiencing as she told her life story in this fictional “tell-all” novel.
This was a fantastic read and I would highly recommend everyone to read it, even if it doesn’t seem like your normal cup of tea. I couldn’t put it down.