(c) How to Get Away with Murder
This new blog post will be about the two audiobooks I listened to, and really enjoyed. The books were A Good Girl's Guide to Murder, and Good Girl, Bad Blood (its sequel). Written primarily by Holly Jackson, the audio books have a large cast telling each story with theatrical elements.
Readers can buy the book right here: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07T3XJH4Z/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
I loved this book, the audio has a full cast, music, phone ringing, podcast elements, and a true enjoyable listen! This book took many turns that I didn't see coming, and I liked how there wasn't just one, but two twists involving the same case!
The people you love weren't algebra: to be calculated, subtracted, or held at arm's length across a decimal point.
But sometimes remembering isn't for yourself, but sometimes you just do it to make someone else smile. Those lies were allowed.
Readers can buy the book right here: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/good-girl-bad-blood-the/9781984896414-item.html
The sequel was just as good as the first one, same elements in the audiobook with a full cast, podcasts, phone calls, music.
The mystery was interesting and not easy to solve or even predict- and it makes me want to read the third book in the series. Also, there's some cute romance in this story.
But sometimes my mouth starts saying words without checking with my brain first.
What do you do when the things that are supposed to protect you, fail you like that?
Thank you, and stay safe
Note from the owner:
Readers can check out my pal Gordon Blackwood's blog right here: https://gordonblackwood.wixsite.com/themagician
Gordon writes fantasy short stories, all of which intertexutalize one another. He's currently working on another project, so please check out his work!