Reading Lolita in Tehran by Azar Nafisi
It's Not My Fault by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend
This book was terrible. I would have quit 2/3 of the way through but by that point I'd put too much into it and I wanted to count it on Goodreads. The things I sacrifice. Where do I begin? These are the authors of the book Boundaries, which I read years ago and really liked, which is when I bought this one. I decided to read it because I thought it would help me get over some of my frustration with having chronic pain and help me figure out how to still do things and have a life. But it's very shallow and condescending and full of cliches and I really hate it.
Divergent and Insurgent by Veronica Roth
I loved these movies and thought that it would be fun to read the books as well. Despite being long, these are very fast reads. They're not especially well-written, and there are definitely some overly-commercial, stupid teenage love story sort of things that bug me. But I love the world they're set in, the philosophy behind it, and the interesting characters. I'm super excited to read book #3 before I see the movie.