Twitterature: Mini Book Reviews for January 2014

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I’m linking up again with the lovely Anne from Modern Mrs. Darcy to share some short and sweet book reviews – i.e. twitter style. I seem to have read a little bit of everything this month, with three books from different genres, some more different than others.

Here’s what I’ve read since last month:

13406413Wish You Were Eyre by Heather Vogel Frederick

The last in a series of fantastic books for tweens and their moms alike. The usual hi jinx, bookish coincidences and teen romance dramas reign supreme.

#teamrochester #iwishiwereinamotherdaughterbookclub #jess&darcy4eva #bewarefrenchpeople #turnsoutpetsarentveryloyal #iwillmissthisseries

9176221Daddy-long-legs by Jean Webster

This book was written a hundred years ago and you’d never know it – I fell in love with at page one. A fresh, vibrant voice – a tale as old as time and yet totally new. I mean old. I mean – READ IT.

#sawtheendingcomingamileaway #loveditanyway #epistolarynovellove #somethingsreallyareuniversal #jerushaAKAjudyistotallyakindredspirit

527040Freakonomics by Steven Levitt

Makes connections you would never imagine seem like common sense. I sorta kinda wish I’d taken economics in college now. The overall message: Don’t take anything at face value. Explore every angle.

#arosebyanyothernamewouldearnmoremoney #coolisnotcool #realestateagentsprobablyhatethisbook #cantwaitforthebookclubdiscussiononthisone

So what have you been reading lately? If you are linking up with Anne, let me know in the comments below!

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