In October, I only read 14 books and DNFed five. My three favorites were:
When We Had Wings, by by Ariel Lawhon, Kristina McMorris and Susan Meissner. I listened to the audio book of this, and I was enthralled. Normally, with multiple viewpoint characters, I have a favorite. This time, I loved all three women equally and was totally invested in their stories and what was happening.
The Stolen Book of Evelyn Aubrey, by Serena Burdick. This started off a bit slow. Abby wasn’t easy for me to like at first, but she grew on me. I enjoyed Evelyn’s character very much, and couldn’t wait to find out what happened.
The Paradigm, by Jonathan Cahn. This was an…unsettling read, but absolutely fascinating.
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