This was compelling for the first 100 pages...then I rolled my eyes and admittedly sped-read through the rest to get to the end. I read a book a few weeks ago entitled The Social Affair, which read much like this one but was the superior novel, in my opinion. The premise of Behind Closed Doors is far-fetched, even… Continue reading Behind Closed Doors by BA Paris
This book was a disturbing look at the world of social media and will certainly make anyone reading it think twice about their own social media habits. The most poignant parts of the book, for me, were the time when Josie was thinking about that next Instalook shot, imagining the hashtags that she would use… Continue reading “The Social Affair” by Britney King
My favorite part of this book was the narrative structure. I don't know that I've read many books that have the present tense/flashback for information style and I really did enjoy it. The author did it well. If it's not meant to be a book written to be a movie, it certainly fits that category!… Continue reading “The Butterfly Garden” by Dot Hutchinson
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