Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Tell Me Tuesday #11

Tell me Tuesday is a weekly feature that where you talk about what you are currently reading and what you have on deck!  Let's begin, shall we?


I'm almost done with We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach.  I generally stay away from end-of-the-world type books because they give me anxiety (stupid overactive imagination), but I am really liking this one!  I love the complex characters, the writing, and that it is set in my hometown, Seattle. I'm anxious to see if the meteor hits or not. 
  We All Looked Up 

For our joint read, Julia and I will be reading Vanishing Girls.  This was on the docket for last week too, but we haven't had a chance to start it yet.
Vanishing Girls


Up next is A Sense of the Infinite by Hilary T. Smith.  It isn't out until May 19th, but I have a review copy.  Hilary's first book, Wild Awake, was one of the most interesting books I read last year.  I liked it way more than I expected.  
 A Sense of the Infinite



  1. My son gets huge anxiety from end of the world storylines, too. Make sure you never watch the movie Melancholia, that one even bothered me. I had never heard of Hilary Smith before. I will have to check out her books out on Goodreads. Thanks again for TMTing! :)

    1. Good to know I'm not the only one. I think it's gotten worse since I've had a kid too.

  2. You'll have to let me know if I should give A Sense of the Infinite a chance since Wild Awake stressed me out so much haha!

    1. Right?! I had the exact same reaction as you to Wild Awake. But no, A Sense of the Infinite deals with some heavy things, but it's not quite the same. It won't give you as much anxiety, that's for sure. It explores friendship a lot more than it explore mental health issues. Still - a very very good read. My review will be up next month for it. :)



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