I'm currently reading The Rosie Effect:
I can't say that I'm smitten with it like I was with The Rosie Project, but I'm going to finish it and then share my thoughts.
I've read a couple of books in the last 3 months and would like to share my short reviews of them. :)
I read Station Eleven in January. Station Eleven is a science-fiction, post-apocalyptic novel. The novel describes life both before an epidemic wipes out a large percentage of the human population and after. This novel was a serious page turner and kept my attention from beginning to end. I highly recommend this one.
Because I liked the suspenseful qualities of Station Eleven, I decided to read Pretty Girls in February. I also picked it up because I had really enjoyed The Girl on the Train, which is a suspense/psychological thriller novel, as well. I can't recommend Pretty Girls. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time, but in a stressful way. I prefer light suspense.
It was necessary to lighten up my reading after reading Pretty Girls. I read The Rosie Project, which is a contemporary romance novel. I read through this book very quickly because I enjoyed it so much. I laughed out loud throughout the novel. Don Tillman is a quirky, genetics professor in search of a wife. He creates a questionnaire with several, rigid preferences for his future wife. He meets Rosie, who does not meet many of his requirements. Their interactions are hilarious. This is another one I highly recommend.
Finally, I read Eleanor & Park at the beginning of the month. The unlikely romance between Eleanor, a full figured, insecure girl with red, curly hair and Park, a half Korean, also insecure adolescent, is beautifully written. I also enjoyed the novel as it was set in the eighties.
P.S. I hope you'll join me in reading The Mountain Between Us in April!