Welcome to the TBR Intervention Challenge!
I’m here! I’m still here! Just… … just give me a sec.
Ok. I’m good now. Aaaaaaand I’m back! Where have I been? I’ve been traveling all over the midwest United States in the name of Christmas for the past week and a half. It’s been crazy. It’s been fun. There might have been a few… or a doz- en… too many cookies consumed. There might have been a slight obsession with Ticket to Ride that my family only enabled. There might have been an excessive increase to my already burgeoning TBR pile… that my family also enabled. Family can be dangerous.
Needless to say, blogging time became severely limited during my vacation, so I apologize for my absence from all my regularly scheduled memes. I am back and ready to participate.
1.) So I didn’t really have a TBR goal last week. But here’s what I read this past week:
Review of iDrakula can be found HERE.
Review of My Tattered Bonds can be found HERE.
2.) So this week, because of work obligations, I’m going to have to make one of my reviewing obligations my TBR challenge. This book has been on my virtual TBR though for about 3 months, I think?
Claire is struggling to overcome the murder of her childhood friend and secret crush, Daniel. Everyone else seems to be moving on with their lives, but she’s still trying to cope. The fact that she finds herself alone and drowning on her 16th birthday isn’t helping.
Neither is thinking she sees Daniel’s face in murky water as she mysteriously resurfaces. But something happened during those four and a half minutes that will make her realize it was not just her imagination.
As Claire and Daniel try to grasp a possible reconnection, other grudge-holding beings have plans of their own. Now, the two of them have to decide if their fleeting relationship is worth the possibility of Claire being trapped on the fringe forever.
Beautifully told, On the Fringe intertwines fresh ideas about devotion, revenge, and the consequences that come with life and death. [/box]
So what are reading this week?