Book Guide for the Recently Deceased

Welcome to my blog. About books. Sometimes I might review them. Sometimes I might not. If you're recently deceased, make sure to use your handbook and read the books on my blog for the best results your happily ever afterlife.

Today
May
21
May2018
10
currently reading:
The Perfect Nanny - Leila Slimani
updated shelf:
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl - Jesse Andrews
May2018
3
finished reading:
April2018
29
text: How to find a book on BookLikes [For School]
There are a few ways you can find a book on BookLikes. One way is to go to your dashboard in the upper left-hand corner and view posts by those you are following or by BookLik...
text: Me & Earl & the Dying Girl Update [For School]
I've already read Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, but I decided I'd read it again, before I saw the movie. I'm about halfway through it now, but I have enjoyed it so far. It's...
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl - Jesse Andrews
April2018
27
updated shelf:
How To Disappear - Sharon Huss Roat
started reading:
April2018
25
finished reading:
April2018
24
liked:
SICK HOUSE is yet another example of Jeff Strand's crazy and sick mind. What fun! It's a relatively short book written in s...
liked:
I can't remember where I heard about this book (best bet is here on BL) but it was described as a new mystery series similar ...
April2018
23
started following:
April2018
22
started reading:
April2018
20
text: Turtles All The Way Down & Green's Struggle [Blog Post 3 for School]
Turtles All the Way Down is John Green's newest book, and, probably one of the most emotional. That is, if you know where the idea came from. Maybe you've read all of his bo...
updated shelf:
The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend - Kody Keplinger
April2018
18
finished reading:
April2018
14
started reading:
April2018
13
quote:
"“We never really talked much or even looked at each other, but it didn't matter because we were looking at the same sky toget..."
updated shelf:
Turtles All the Way Down - John Green
April2018
11
finished reading:
April2018
10
started following:
quote:
""I put my phone on my bedside table and pulled my blanket up over me, thinking about the big sky over Davis and the weight of..."
April2018
09
liked:
First off, credit where credit is due, I have to applaud Monir for the diversity in The Final Six. It's so refreshing to not ...

Currently reading

The Perfect Nanny by Leila Slimani
Vincent and Theo: The Van Gogh Brothers by Deborah Heiligman