It's funny how I can read the shortest book on the planet, but when it comes to a longer book, I just can't do it. I'm talking about books that are like 500 pages or more! It's not that I don't have the time, because lord knows I could spend hours upon hours reading blogs or watching Netflix, it's just that my brain feels like it might explode after a while. Am I the only one this happens to? Or is there someone out there who also struggles with reading long books? If so, please share your tips with me because I seriously need help!
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I read classics like Dracula and Frankenstein. Popular favorites like Carrie and The Shining. I even read the novelizations of Ghostbusters and Halloween. And then there was this book: The Lesser Dead. I went in blind. Knew nothing about it. And I'm so glad I found this book and gave it chance.
We all have that one book character we can't help but crush on. The ones who make our heart race and make us wish they were real so we could date them