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My Favorite Book Of 2017!



Having only read 27 books in 2017, I am happy to say most of them were 3 stars or above. So a bunch of decent reads last year.
I decided to take a single post to tell you about my favorite. I want you to read it. You will be taken on a literary journey through many emotions, twisting and turning through the plot. 
Without further adieu;



Unraveling Oliver by Liz Nigent


You all know how much I love Marissa Meyer, and up to reading this book, she was my favorite with Wires And Nerve. Yes, a graphic novel was almost the winner. This gem bounced it out though.


So I hope I have given you the urge to read it. It is a fantastic book! Seriously!



**Opinions are owned by Freda's Voice.

Comments

  1. Wow. Was just reading your review and such a confronting storyline, especially with the use of extreme spousal violence. I love when stories unravel piece by piece and the sinister nature of their relationships. You just know there's skeletons in THAT closet. Awesome review Freda, so glad you enjoyed it so much and looking forward to grabbing a copy!

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  2. I have heard great things about this one, can't wait to read it. Heading over to your review now.

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  3. I started the audio of this but it just didn't grab me. I may try it again at a later date.

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  4. This book sounds like one I would like. I picked my top eleven books read in 2017 and wrote a post about them today. It is fun to look back at what we read, isn't it?

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