Sample Saturday is when I wade through the eleventy billion samples I have downloaded on my Kindle. I’m slowly chipping away and deciding whether it’s buy or bye.
Perfect Little World by Kevin Wilson
Why I have it: Spotted on Tanya’s Best of 2017 list.
Summary: An awkward but charming child psychologist creates a utopian community where children are raised collectively – things quickly unravel.
I’m thinking: Yes – the prologue hooked me.
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
Why I have it: Spotted on Janet’s 2017 Reading Bingo list.
Summary: Lucy Hutton and Joshua Templeman work together. They hate each other. And hate is just as strong emotion as love…
I’m thinking: No – it’s billed as the ‘2017’s funniest rom-com’ but it didn’t make me laugh.
Before Everything by Victoria Redel
Why I have it: Spotted on Susan’s Books of the Year list.
Summary: A group of women who have known each another since they were girls come together when Anna, the ‘bright spark’, enters a hospice.
I’m thinking: Yes, although will be careful with timing of reading (I don’t want it to overlap with my palliative care biography writing).