Tell Me Tuesday (15)


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Tell Me Tuesday is a feature devoted to letting people know what you’re reading ,what you read last, and what you plan on reading.

Last Read


Shutter by Courtney Alameda – Goodreads

I loved this! It’s like if gothic horror and modern horror came together and made a creepy baby. I loved the moody language and the overall story. I wouldn’t say this is straight YA, this is definitely Upper YA. Closer to NA. It doesn’t have sexual content, but the horror aspect is definitely graphic enough to ward off the young readers.


Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris – Goodreads

I started cleaning off my shelves a bit more and I decided to get rid of my Sookie Stackhouse books. The beginning of the series was really fun, but not so much when you get into the later books. This was the only one I hadn’t read on my shelf, so I decided to tackle it. It’s just as tired as the previous book and felt more like a means to an end than an actual story. I may borrow the last book from the library just to finish the series out.

Reading Now


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Roaowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne – Goodreads

I’m finished with Act One and so far I’m really loving the direction it’s going. I don’t want to say to much, but I really like seeing these new relationships explored and the aftermath of the series.

Up Next


The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman – Goodreads

This was a book club pick and surprisingly my local library actually had it, so I swung by yesterday and grabbed it. I’ll probably start this one soon. I have to finish up Rooms by Lauren Oliver (which I took a break from) and probably Cursed Child.

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3 Responses to Tell Me Tuesday (15)

  1. My sister listened to the Sookie Stackhouse audiobooks from the library. I don’t know if she finished them. I will have to ask her. I ended up really liking The Cursed Child. I would love to see the play. People don’t seem to be getting all of the messages in the situations and are just being overly critical and that saddens me. I am definitely going to read Shutter during my October Fright Fest. I want to read The Invisible Library, too. Thanks so much fir TMTing!

    • I’ve noticed the super critical people and I’ve also noticed the people who seem to think Rowling owes them a full novel. As a play format this story is working great, yes it has some cheesy lines and some of it doesn’t feel like Rowling (which is obviously isn’t in those cases), but it’s good. It has a lot in it for being so short, and I’m not even done.
      Shutter is a good one for October!! I’m thinking I need to find a hard copy of it for my shelf.

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