Below is a list of participants. Stop by and visit other authors / bloggers to see which book's a hit for them this month. Bring your coffee with you too. I like mine coffee with cream and sugar. How do you take your's?
1. The Armchair Squid
Published in January of this year, Archer's Voice by Mia Sheridan has received rave reviews from book fans and it even made the NEW YORK TIMES, USA TODAY, and WALL STREET JOURNAL bestselling book lists. It's a funny thing about that bestselling bit of info. I didn't catch that when I picked up the book. I chose to read this because it was unique, featuring an MC's, Archer Hale, who was loner living in a small town where people under value and pretty much ignore him because he has no voice. His quiet existence keeps him and the town content until he meets Bree Prescott, a relentless female who's curious about the young man everyone thinks is strange. The story is about the two MC's coming together despite their horrible experiences. They each, in their own way, help one another face their past and find their voice. I liked it because our hero, Archer, who was an underdog, wasn't the weird dummy everyone thought he was. He was actually a very intelligent, self-sufficient young man, who educated himself by reading books and also learned some sign language too. Would I recommend reading this? If NA is you thing, then you'd probably really enjoy this one. Archer's Voice is a New Adult Contemporary Romance and due to strong language and sexual content, is meant for readers 18 years and older.
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Thanks The Armchair Squid for having me. I'm off to check out what others read last month.
Next month, I hope to post about American Vampire by Jennifer Armintrout.
Have a wonderful weekend!