Even though I’ve only ever finished one of Ms Picoult’s books before (My Sister’s Keeper, which I loved – the review is here) and I have two of her other books on my TBR, it didn’t stop me from picking this one up for 75p from the second-hand book stall on the market. I wasn’t even supposed to be book shopping but I saw Picture Perfect as I dashed past and just had to pick it up.
It’s strange – My Sister’s Keeper is one of my all-time favourite books, but I couldn’t finish The Pact or Salem Falls. Hopefully I’ll have better luck with this one!
Both of these are swaps on ReaditSwapit.
I have Uglies on my TBR from when I swapped for that a few weeks ago. I haven’t read it yet, but when another user offered me a swap and had Pretties on my list, I figured I may as well grab the sequel when I had the chance!
I’m going through a bit of a gender differences phase lately – a fair few of my TBR books are non-fiction analyses of male and female behavioural patterns. God forbid I read something relating to my own degree, right?
It’s strange, but I never seem to borrow classics from the library. I don’t know if it’s because I can pick them up cheap in stores or because I’d just rather own them, but this is the first time I’ve ever done it.
I really enjoyed Lady Chatterley’s Lover when I read it a few months ago (my review is here, but possibly 13+) so when I saw this tiny little book in Sheffield Library’s classics section, I figured I’d give it a go.