6 For Sunday – Blue and Green Books

Hey everyone! Today I’m participating in a meme hosted by Steph at A Little But A Lot. There’s a new theme every month and for March it’s “Around the world in 80 books.” The topic for this week is “Blue and green books.” Without further ado, let’s get into it! šŸŒŽ

1) Ask Again, Yes

I just finished reading this book. It was emotional and incredibly well written. Review coming soon!

2) Other People’s Houses

This book was a very entertaining read! It’s a domestic drama about four families in one neighbourhood that are all impacted when one person’s messy secret is brought to light. If drama mixed with laugh-out-loud moments is your cup of tea, this one might be for you.

3) In This Moment

I read this book a few years ago and thoroughly enjoyed it! It deals with the aftermath of a horrible accident and how it changes everything for two families. Brown really shifted my perspective on parenting and made me understand how hard it is to be a mother.

4) The Heatwave

This is my favourite book of the year (so far)! It’s a psychological thriller about a mother who had successfully buried her past, until an emergency calls her back to her old home in France. She returns with her daughter and as memories come back, she realizes she can’t keep protecting her youngest child from her secrets. For my full review, click here.

5) Dancing on our Turtle’s Back

Indigenous author Leanne Simpson writes about resilience, decolonization, and a resurgence of Nishnaabeg culture in this non-fiction book. I highly recommend it!

6) Matched

If you’re a fan of dystopia you might be familiar with this oldie. Matched is the first book in a trilogy about a society where government officials decide everything on behalf of their citizens from where they work, to who they marry and when they die. I cannot believe this series came out 11 years ago.

What are some of your favourite blue, green, or blue-green book covers? Let me know in the comments!

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