Hello readers. I know I have been a little MIA lately and I apologize but of course I am back for Collaboreads: The Boyfriend App is the book I chose this month.
This months theme was : School
Now, I had several books in my closet that I have read relating to school , however, I wanted to read something new. What I love about this link up is that I get to explore new books and sometimes books I would have never even given the time of day.
The Boyfriend App
RIVETING: This book was another good read. I couldn’t really put it down. The plot was so entertaining. I would think I knew what was going to happen and then something would throw my theory out the door. I love books like that.
ELEMENTS: Every single person with a smart phone can relate to this book. The book is about developing an app to win a contest. The app is tested and tried and there are all different types. I mean who wouldn’t want to develop a popular app to make you on top of the world??
What app would you develop?
ASSOCIATE: I have not read a book like this one before. You could technically classify this in the “school” section. The book takes place in high school but I think it can relate to many other books that talk about high school and getting stabbed in the back, betrayal, bratty girls, etc. You remember high school right?
DESIGN: The book doesn’t really have any unique design except you see lots of email citation and text conversations that go on. It is set with normal numbered chapters like any other book.
OTHER BOOKS I READ THIS MONTH:
- The Rosie Project & Effect – Loved both of these books. I feel like the Effect was a little drawn out but then once you got to the ending and saw everything unfold it was perfect. I really enjoyed these books.
- Treasure Island – so Barnes and Nobles has the classic books for super cheap and about 6 months ago Matt and I picked out 2 of them. He chose The Jungle Book and I chose Treasure Island. I have never read either of them so thought it was time I changed that. I loved the book, it totally captured my attention. I didn’t think with the writing language I would be able to enjoy this read but I certainly did.
- Slow to Judge – Another great book. A full review can be found here.
- Grey – I read 50 shades of Grey and decided I needed to read the Grey version. I actually really liked it. I was afraid that I wouldn’t like it having already read 50 shades, however, it was neat to get the opposite perspective.
- Fulfilled – I won this book in a giveaway and it was probably my favorite book that I read this month. It had so much insight and encouraging words in it. I love the way Danise’s words filled the page.
What did you read this month?