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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Page Turning Tuesday, Pt. 3

Did you think I would leave you hanging just because I'm traveling? How silly of you. Thank goodness for prescheduled postings.

While I am out and about, up in the air, and traveling to other countries, I wanted to leave you all with the books that I decided to take with me while traveling.

I always find it risky to travel with suspenseful novels. While traveling, there are a lot of instances where I will have to put down the book or take a quick cat nap. I often find myself fighting the desire to sleep, only to get to the end of my book.

I'm taking the risk this trip.

First up...

The Last Time I Lied by Riley Sager 

I was a HUGE fan of Riley Sager's previous book - Final Girls. This was a horror film turned book and I was shook (look at me - rhyming and stuff). If you haven't read this before, I highly suggest you check it out. 

Back to her more recent novel. The Last Time I Lied is a novel surrounding a summer camp when four girls are reported missing. Flash forward 15 years, the details unfold and we learn more about what happened to these girls. 

I love Riley's suspenseful writing and I hope this book delivers a twist ending like Final Girls. 

Next up...

Ghosted by Rosie Walsh

Ah, "ghosting". A term our generation hears all too often. Pish posh. 

For those who are not familiar with this term, Urban Dictionary defines it as below: 

This story is about a girl and a guy who fall in love, rather suddenly and expectedly. Feeling as if they were meant for one another, the guy goes on vacation, promising to call from the airport. When he does not, her friends assume she has been "ghosted". They beg her to forget about him but something tells her that this wasn't the case. She soon finds out that there is a reason for his disappearance and the truth starts leaking out. 

I am very curious about this novel as I'm always intrigued about modern type romances/suspense novels. As another book recommended by Book of the Month, they have never let me down before. 

Here's to hoping that two books are enough for the next week. My luggage cannot spare any more room. Packing for winter/snow is tough... 

Hope you enjoy these books, your ever-growing "to read" list, and that you continue sharing your favorite books. I hope to dedicate a few PTT to books that you all recommended to me. 

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