Monthly Fave(s) #29
A little late with this, I know, but here are my favourites for last month...
I loved this tale of an Asian family dealing with the disappearance of their middle child. It was told in a very clever manner that revealed the story leaving me shocked and sad. I was definitely surprised by how much this book touched me like EINTY did but in a totally similar but different manner.
(I couldn't stop thinking about these two books.)
was soo frustrating and brutal. I really loved this insight into the Lunar world. and were really enjoyable reads. I had so much fun reading more Echols.