What book to read next.


18 Responses to “Decisions”

  1. CheefHobo

    I often find myself buying several books at a time to save myself the trouble of having to decide on one. Then I realize I have to select one to read first -_-

    • bluchickenninja

      I recently won The Rosie Effect in a Goodreads give away but didn’t realise it was a sequel to the Rosie Project. So I decided I had to pick the first book up even though I had no idea what it was about. I’m just glad to find out its good.

  2. shazzameena

    I just looked up the summary of the Rosie Project and it looks wonderful! Thanks for bringing it to my attention – and then, seeing the comments above, I see there’s a sequel! Looking forward to seeing what you decide to tackle first. I just finished another of Liane Moriarty’s books ‘Little Lies’. The subject matter still has my mind ticking over.

    • bluchickenninja

      Yup! I believe The Rosie Effect is coming out in December. Though I’m not 100% sure as the ARC I was sent didn’t have a release date on it. Little Lies sounds interesting. I may need to add that to my rather large to-be-read list.

    • bluchickenninja

      It was actually someone that worked in a book shop that recommended it. And I’m sure I saw it on a list of best books of 2014. So it must be good!

  3. Abbie's Tree House

    What I liked about “The Rosie Project” was that there weren’t any real Bad Guys in it. It was kind of like Andy Griffith’s Mayberry- a lot of eccentric people, not always walking the straight and narrow, but they found a way to muddle through and still get along.


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