Saturday, May 31, 2014

we were liars

Last month I had a big, decade-flipping birthday.  My awesome husband threw me a surprise party and wonderful friends filled my evening with laughter and lots of love.  And lots of sweet bookish gifts.  One gave me a book I'd been wanting for a long time.  Another gave me her favorite book.  And a couple of others gave me gift cards to Barnes & Noble.


Yesterday, out in the breezy sunshine on my front porch, I finished one of my gift card books.

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart.

Its mystery is a large part of its charm, so I won't give anything away.  But the writing itself is so good.  As soon as I finished it, I wanted to read it again.  So just get yourself a copy, don't read any reviews or blurbs, and plop yourself down outside for a good read.


The Mt. Dew is optional, but for better or worse, I highly recommend it.

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