“You are a woman and I am a man and we belong in the dark together.”
REACTION AFTER READING THE BOOK
I am still in shock at how scary and wonderful this book is.
I am, seriously, still dumbfounded by how much I enjoyed reading this. I don’t know what that says about me, but I was fascinated with how Joe’s mind work.
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ASK THE BOOK COMMUNITY is a series that I am planning to do on my blog where I’ll be posting some bookish topics on Twitter to get more insight on what other readers’ responses are about the said topic.
This week, the topic I asked the book community was about not finishing books or most commonly known as DNFing.
Before I continue, I would like to thank everyone who joined the discussion when I posted this topic on Twitter. If you are on Twitter, please follow them because these are some genuinely lovely people.
Tina – @booktins
Candace & Isabelle – @bookdutchesses
Kerys – @kerys_howarddd
KitKat – @bookreviewskb
Myta – @oroplatamyta
Yvonne – @coycaterpillar
Taryn – @arcanedrag0n
Hedwig – @HedwigsBooks
Bec – @_becandbooks
Lorryn – @readingparent
Paul – @Highlander27
Ayuni – @itsPeachCobbler
Peter – @PeatLong
Sarah – @SarahsBookNook
Dani – @_literarylion
Okay, so that’s everyone! On to the topic, shall we?
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“Back then, I had an oversize sense of self-importance and absolutely no self-worth. It didn’t matter how gorgeous I was or how great my voice was or what magazine I was on the cover of. I mean, there were a lot of teenage girls that wanted to group up and be me in the late seventies. I was keenly aware of that. But the only reason people thought I had everything is because I had all the things you can see.
I had none of the things you can’t.”
Everyone was talking about Daisy Jones & the Six last year. However, because I try to stay away from hyped books as much as possible, I didn’t read this book until early this year – It was the best decision ever.
I am in love with Daisy Jones & the Six. I completely agree with all the hyped stuff everyone has been saying about this book because it was amazing. Nothing short of amazing.
LET ME TELL YOU A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THE STORY:
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