So, like in my life, I’m going into this post without a plan hoping it will come out decent. I read some incredible books, especially when it comes to thrillers. I liked Close to Home (The Bright Lights, Dark Secrets Collection) by Nolon King to the point that I want to read the rest of the series. I just can’t find the rest of the series on the sites I usually use.
My mum suggested I take another look at Amazon, and I’m glad I did because I found Secrets We Keep, the first novel in the series. However, after skimming about from the blurb, I realized that it’s not the same cast of characters in Close to Home, which I feel disappointed about. Nevertheless, I enjoyed how Nolon King pieced everything together, even if it was a bit too slow to start with, which is why I gave four stars instead of five.
The only way I tend to like nonfiction is if it is a topic I can relate to. I feel bad saying this about nonfiction, especially if it’s someone’s life. Something that I’m finding out about my reading taste is changing, and I’m becoming pickier about which books I read. Anyway, let me get back on track. I also finished The Book of Pride: LGBTQ Heroes Who Changed the World by Mason Funk. We read about 75 queer activists who lived and endured history for our rights today. Of course, my rating is a 5 out of 5 stars.