Featuring in April and May!
Something lost, Something gained
Here at Rally Reviews we are always encouraging others to read. Who cares what you like to read just pick something up and exercise those eye and brain muscles! We also find that the only thing better than just reading the book is sharing them. Whether you pass on a book, talk about it with others, post youtube topics on it, or you have a blog.
This month we would like to encourage you to pick something up to read. Have no idea where to start? Try our April and May Read-A-Thon theme. It is called “Something lost, something gained”. In life’s daily ups and downs we often go through losses but if you are paying attention in most cases with that loss you will find you have also gained something such as being more strong, or a drive to make a change, or maybe even a new friend. Whatever those losses and gains may be you will also find them in books. Stories are reflections of our daily lives and our minds at work so it only makes sense that this loss and gain will be found in them. There are so many stories with great ones to be found.
I creator of Rally Reviews will be doing this theme the next two months as well. If you are still not sure what to read for the theme maybe you may want to start with the two books I am currently reading for it.
The two I am starting with is:
Eleven years ago, six kindergarteners went missing without a trace. After all that time, the people left behind moved on, or tried to.
Until today. Today five of those kids return. They’re sixteen, and they are . . . fine. Scarlett comes home and finds a mom she barely recognizes, and doesn’t really recognize the person she’s supposed to be, either. But she thinks she remembers Lucas. Lucas remembers Scarlett, too, except they’re entirely unable to recall where they’ve been or what happened to them. Neither of them remember the sixth victim, Max. He doesn’t come back. Everyone wants answers. Most of all Max’s sister Avery, who needs to find her brother–dead or alive–and isn’t buying this whole memory-loss story.
The sequel to the book called “me before you” (should either read it or watch the movie before this book). The main character is trying to move on with her life but finding it hard even with a support group. A young girl comes into her life that wants answers and the main character is not sure how to respond.
Two other book events going on you may enjoy are: