Smelling the Strain by Guillermo del Toro & Chuck Hogan.
Smelling books and discussing life questions because it’s BOOKSMELLER SUNDAY! LET’S GET WEIRD! ♥
What’s the last book you smelled?
This month i’m bringing you Make Room! Make Room! A book you might enjoy if you’re really into the Dystopian future.
There’s also some strange big eye thing going on, hard to take those seriously. ;)
booksmeller suuuundaaay, yeahhh yeeeaah! we’ve got White Oleander this month <3
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this one. It was rocky at first, the introduction is educational but was putting my to sleep. By the time i got to the middle, it was hard to put down!
Vonnegut makes a great point about focusing on all the good moments in life, and try not to focus on all the horrible stuff. Worrying all the time will get you nowhere!
Have any book recommendations? I love Haruki Murakami, Alice Hoffman, Lovecraft. Basically magical realism/ surreal elements, horror, good drama, character development. Not a big fan of historical romance dramas.
Booksmeller Sunday: What I talk about when I talk about running. A light review, plus actual book smelling. You know you do this!