I'm currently reading A Visit from the Good Squad. IF I even finish this book, I don't expect to give it a good rating. It's just not my kind of book at all. It feels like "empty words". I don't know how else to describe it, but you've probably read a book like that before. The words just feel hollow.
I LOVE this question. There are days when I feel like my life is a Jodi Picoult book, but I'm not a huge Picoult fan, so I'd want someone like John Green or David Levithan to write it to make it more fun and interesting.
There is nothing better than a glass of wine, a book, and a big bubble bath. That is an ideal Saturday night if you ask me.
Suspense/mystery: Hmm...my favorite in this category is Angels & Demons, but I think most people have already read it or heard of it, so I think I would give them The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. It's not as popular and a great mystery.
Chicklit: Can't say I read a lot of chicklit, but I think I would give them Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. It's a little romance, a little history, a hunky hero and would please any chicklit lover.
Comedy: Oh so many choices. Sarah Silverman, Tina Fey, Chelsea Handler, Mindy Kaling. I would probably get them the audiobook if I could. Literary fiction: Hmmm...either The Shadow of the Wind or The Night Circus. Those are both book-lover's books.
Classics: I would buy them something with their favorite classic on it. Or an antique copy of their favorite. Great questions ladies!!
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