Paperbacks vs. eReader

I constantly find myself on “the horns of a dilemma”.  Paperback or eReader?  When I first got my eReader, I was over the moon!  It felt as though I literally had the entire literary world at my finger tips!  I must admit, I do love my eReader for that reason, convenience.  But after sometime I found that I missed the smell and the feel of a real book.  I missed getting lost in the bookstore on the hunt for a new book or three.  But with paperback books, comes another problem…lack of space for keeping said books!  In a perfect world, I would live in a house with bookshelves on every wall.  But, alas, I do not.  Back to the eReader for a moment, and its level of convenience, eventually the eReader dies and must be charged.  Which in my humble opinion is not so convenient.  So back to my original quandary, paperback or eReader???  Perhaps I’ll never know… What are your opinions??? 

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Gone Girl

If you haven’t read Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn, please let me tell you, YOU SHOULD!!  I was immediately drawn into the story and could not put it down.  The author, Gillian Flynn, tells the story from the perspectives of both main characters, Nick and Amy Dunne.  I really love books where you are able to see the perspective of both characters!!!

Things become really interesting when Amy goes missing on the day of she and Nick’s fifth wedding anniversary.  Things do not add up to the cops, and Nick does not appear to be the “normal grieving” husband.  Nick’s actions coupled with finding Amy’s diary makes for a very thrilling read.  I won’t give too much away, but there is so much more to the story!  Go and grab a copy!!

 If you enjoy suspense, twists and turns, and an overall good read, check out Gone Girl.

I give this book five out of five high heels ( btw, high heels are my equivalent to stars)

Happy reading, readers!