Agh, this book. I read The Truth by Jeffry W. Johnston back in December and have put off on my review, hoping that maybe some positive feelings would form for the book and the story and the everything…but it hasn’t I didn’t like this book, really at all. So let’s talk about why. First off, let me just say that the plot sounded promising. And that’s why I requested it on Netgalley. I’ve been into the Criminal Minds-y, let’s get into the mind of the psychopath, type of things lately…and the summary of this one seemed to be right up that alley. […]
This book. Man, it was so intense. Seriously, the intensity never stopped, never even wavered. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time, probably looking something like this dog: I keep watching that gif over and over again because I think it’s hilarious. Oh man. Okay, I need to stop. THE BOOK. Right.
I’ve had a hard time figuring out how I feel about this book because the end through me for quite the loop. But I’ll get back to that later. First, I have to talk about the event I went to for this book. Lauren Oliver came to Salt Lake City (which is like 45 minutes from where I live) and I got to meet her! It was so exciting. She was the first author of books I really care about that I’ve ever met. First she spoke about her life and how she became a writer. It was really inspiring. See my March […]