*I received this copy of In Five Years from Atria Books.
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In Five Years, by Rebecca Sterle, is about a Type-A Manhattan lawyer who has her entire life planned out. She has landed her desired career and has a new fiancé, but one day she falls asleep and wakes up in a different apartment with a different ring on her finger. She’s also next to a very different man. When she looks at the news on the TV she sees that it is the same night, December 15th, but five years in the future. After a shocking hour, she wakes up again back in 2020. She is determined to put that vision out of her mind, until four-and-a-half years later when she meets the man from her long-ago vision.
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This was my first true horror genre book and it was a doozy. Before I begin, here is the synopsis from Amazon:
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I wanted to do a follow-up to my post a few days ago titled “Do ARCs Make You Important”. I shared that post on my Instagram account and received a fairly substantial amount of feedback via comments and DMs. I thought it would be cool to share some of this because conversation is important and this feedback gives that post some dimension; it’s not just me talking AT you. I will be sharing quotes and bits and pieces of all of the feedback because I’m ok that it’s known that some supported me and some were quite upset with me. That is ok. That is what makes us all unique and wonderful and beautiful.
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I have really been wanting to dive into this topic for awhile now. There’s lots of talk about ARCs (Advance Reader Copies) on Instagram and Twitter. ARCs are an uncorrected copy of a book that a publisher or author sends you BEFORE the publish date. This means you get to read the book, and hopefully review, before everyone else gets their hands on it.
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Have you heard about the Shiny Penny Syndrome? Shiny Penny Syndrome is when you have a core focus, whether it’s a person, job, thought, or even a BOOK, but you get distracted by someone or something new and shiny. Over and over and over again. Well…this is me, but with books.
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*I received an e-book copy of Last One to Lie by Thomas & Mercer and Net Galley in exchange for my review
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I think it’s safe to say that this is the second book in a row that has really surprised me with a twist! Below is the description of Last One to Lie from Amazon:
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It’s that time again where we pick our books to read for the next month. I don’t know about you, but it’s really hard to choose a reasonable list for one month. I do it because it’s fun, but I also know that it usually changes. I get super distracted by new books coming out- don’t we all? I am really truly going to try to stick to this list because they are all supposed to be amazing books, but I do have some ARCs coming that may push one or two of these out of the way. We will see! I’ll give a brief list below of my reasoning for each. Be sure to leave a comment with your list or if you’ve read or plan to read any on my list!
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WOW! WHOA! WHAT ON EARTH JUST HAPPENED! Yeah. That’s how I feel about this one. Tarryn Fisher got me. She got me GOOD! Below is the very brief synopsis of The Wives taken from Amazon:
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LOTS OF NEW CONTENT COMING SOON! I’ll be sharing what books I love (and don’t love) as well as lots of book reviews and what’s on my TBR! I hope you stick around and join me!