Books I’ve read / listened to pt. 8

November 14th to December 13th

Rated out of 5 stars. In ordered of date finished. Follow my goodreads if you’d like https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/77375179-myrandombrain

*Rumple Buttercup by Matthew Gray Gubler 5 stars

*Dandelion by Gabbie Hanna 3 stars

*Doll Bones by Holly Black 3 stars

^I Would Leave Me If I could by Halsey 3 stars

*You Are Not Alone by Greer Hendricks, Sarah Pekkanen 4 stars

*The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones 3 stars

*Crave by Tracy Wolff 3 stars

*The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab 5 stars

* The Deep by Rivers Solomon 4 stars

+^Red School 2 by Soman Chainani, Victoria Aveyard 4 stars

*Lock Every Door by Riley Sager 4 stars

*Zombie Bake-Off by Stephen Graham Jones 3 stars

*The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires by Grady Hendrix dnf @30%

*The Whisper man by Alex North 4 stars

^Weird Times At Quarry Banks University by YungBlud 4 stars

*The Cruel Prince by Holly Black 5 stars

*^ Legendborn by Tracy Deonn 5 stars

*^One True King by Soman Chainani 4 stars

listened to the audiobook *

Read the physical book ^

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Perspective

I finished ‘The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue’ this morning and, it changed my perspective of wanting to know when I die. One of the main characters makes a year-long deal to be loved, at the cost of his soul. So he tries to make a lot of memories and do a lot in that time frame but, as the second comes closer to the last, he realizes he wants more time and that your life is always a few seconds short of what you want. I summarize what happened and left it as vague as possible so that it doesn’t spoil the book.
But I now know that I’m content in not knowing when I die.