Married life is leaving me with tons of things on my to-do list. I have a list of blog posts to write since late August that I still haven’t written and I still have books waiting to be read. My old single life had weekends to relax and do things but my new married life has weekends for chores and responsibilities. I love it, I really do but sometimes, I do miss my single life – especially when I see my blog and all my books slowly being forgotten because real life needs to be lived.
I must say that this is the book that has caused me to stop reading. It took me three months to finish this short book. The whole plot was okay everything else felt lacking and was definitely a miss for me.
I’ve never read anything from Gillian Flynn before this. In fact, I’ve only watched Gone Girl. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I picked Sharp Objects as my next read. I just knew I was in for a thrill if I was to going to use Gone Girl as a gauge.
Basing from the title itself, I knew I was going to have mixed feelings about this book. I don’t take death lightly. I don’t even want to talk about it. Blame it on the fact that I lost a parent and it still hurts. It’s been 2+ years but the pain is still there. Death is a heavy topic and I don’t want to talk or read about it unless it’s actually worth my time.