Sincerely Sunday is a meme that I host here at On The Shelf on the first Sunday of every month that will be like a micro-review or blurb of a book. Anyone can participate, and you can leave a link to yours in the comments or, if you do not have a blog, you can just leave a comment with your Sincerely Sunday choice. All you have to do is:
*Pick a book, any book. It can be new, ARC, old, or one you read 10 years ago, as long as you have read it. *Tell us the title and author.
*Tell us what made you read this book.
*Give us a short, sincere opinion on the book you chose.
My choice for this month is:
The first thing that drew me to this one was the cover. Gorgeous! Then after reading the synopsis, I knew I had to read it.
Ok, so girls live until 20 and guys only 5 years longer. Because of this, polygomy and kidnapping women to force them to become brides has become common. It is a scary world to live it. I know I can’t imagine knowing I only have 4 years left to live. This is a good one to read to get feelings all stirred up; a definite must read!