Here's my month:
You can skip these:7. Tweet Cute by Emma Lord: Meh. (YA, though, so I am not sure how much more I was expecting.)
6. Mr. Nobody by Catherine Steadman: NOT MY FAVORITE, but I really wanted it to be. It's an OK thriller, but don't expect more.
Better than they should have been:5. Little Darlings by Melanie Golding: A random library walk-in thriller that did not disappoint. Super creepy and good commentary on motherhood.
4. After the End by Clare Mackintosh: This is kind of schlocky, but I was HOOKED.
So confused about this one:3. The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern: WHAT WAS THIS BOOK ABOUT? I HAVE NO IDEA. But, wow, she is a helluva writer. If you are not sure about this one-- and you should not be-- just re-read The Night Circus instead.
WINNERS! READ THEM!2. Why We Can't Sleep by Ada Calhoun: This was fantastic, and if you are new to middle age, you should absolutely read it.
1. Uncanny Valley by Anna Wiener: This is a terrific Silicon Valley memoir. Loved it from the first sentence-- the author's voice is absolutely perfect, and the whole thing is so dry, biting, sad, funny-- read it!