Tell Me Tuesday #71


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Last week I read a TON compared to most previous weeks and I’m hoping to continue that this week. I’m enjoying my books again and all feels right in the world.



  • Rage by Richard Bachman (Stephen King) – This one is hard to peg down. I liked aspects of it, but much of it was uncomfortable and not as well written as I was expecting it to be. Plus the subject matter (school shooter) is one that is a bit too real in the present climate. This was for the Stephen King book club, #loserclub for those on Litsy.
  • The Wicked + The Divine Vol.6 : Imperial Phase Part 2 – I love this series a lot. The color and art is just perfection, and the story keeps throwing these insane curveballs at me.
  • I’ll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara – I purchased this several weeks ago and pushed it to the end of my TBR pile, but with the news that they may have finally caught the guy I had to read it sooner rather than later.


The Power

  • The Power by Naomi Alderman – I started this one today. And it is so addicting!!
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5 Responses to Tell Me Tuesday #71

  1. Greg says:

    Reading makes the world bearable, I’m pretty sure. 🙂

  2. Yay, I am glad your world is back on its axis. I’ll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara is one I want to add to my tbr pile.

  3. I keep looking at the The Power cover and wondering what it is about. Thanks for TMTing! 💜

    • It’s a bit weird, but it’s kind of addicting too. It’s about women developing power and then using that power to change their world to better serve them. It’s sort of a ‘absolute power corrupts absolutely’ type of story, proof that even the most empowering movement can turn into one that becomes an issue in itself.

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