Secret for a Song
Pages no: 206
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
, New Adult
Such a unique premise, I have never read a book about Munchhausen's and didn't know much about it, so it was awesome to get into her head and experience a new perspective and learn about a mental illness. I liked the friends she met from the support group, and even though I knew that things would...
(This review was originally posted at My Library in the Making.)I don't know what I expected from Secret for a Song, but it was definitely not this. Not for me to tear up over a guy playing the guitar and singing, nor for me to be a blubbering mess when he stumbles over his own two feet. And yes, I'...
3-1/2 stars. Check out my full review, including quotes, at the Fictionators.I want to start off this review by saying that I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this book. It seems to be miss or miss further for most self-pubbed books that I’ve read lately, but I really liked this one. I’...
Here's a little disclaimer: for those who have dealt with or know someone with a terminal illness... you might want to pass this. I wish I didn't have to write this because I really, really loved this book to bits. Some of the things are just way too offensive to someone sensitive to these things. I...
When I first started this, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I read the premise and couldn’t determine whether it was going to be a story that would have me in tears or what. This is definitely out of my comfort zone, dealing with some issues that I normally tend to avoid, but was worth reading.Saylor, ...