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Lissylaine Reads

I've loved books and reading ever since I can remember and my great-grandmother read "Miss Suzy" to me over and over again. My tastes change over time, but tend toward paranormal romance, thrillers and mysteries, science fiction, some fantasy and urban fantasy, YA, and dystopia to name a few.

Currently reading

Queen of Shadows
Sarah J. Maas
Seams Unlikely: The Inspiring True Life Story of Nancy Zieman
Marjorie L Russell, Nancy Zieman
Progress: 50 %
Lover Reborn: A Novel of the Black Dagger Brotherhood
J.R. Ward
Progress: 21 %
Why Popcorn Costs So Much at the Movies: And Other Pricing Puzzles - Richard B. McKenzie I skimmed a lot of this book. Unfortunately it wasn't quite as interesting or easy-to-read as Freakonomics, which I thoroughly enjoyed. It was due back to the library in 2 days, with reserves on the title, so I didn't actually finish it. Some of the theories were interesting (law of unintended consequences, etc.), but I think this book was written more for those who really study economics, not those (like me) who like to read about it as a general interest.