It's official. I have found my new #1 Kdrama. Kill Me, Heal Me has replaced W: Two Worlds as my top Kdrama. I watched this Korean drama on the recommendation of my friend's sister, who raved about it. And I'm SO GLAD. I had college going on when I watched this and I binged it every free moment I got. Two episodes in and I loved it already.
It's time for another Korean drama review! Let's hope I didn't forget everything about this show because I actually watched it months back lol. Thank goodness I had the foresight to make notes so this review might actually have some details. I watched this Kdrama only because of Lee Jong-suk. After watching three shows of his and loving all of them, I decided I'm bingeing the shows in which he's a lead. I tried watching I Can Hear Your Voice because I saw a blog post that said he's amazing in it. I liked him well enough but I HATED the other main character. She was very annoying and Lee Jong-suk's character still pined over her. Yeah, no. So then I decided to try Doctor Stranger and I went in with low expectations because I hadn't heard much praise for this one.
This has been a year of rereads for me. I think I've spent more time rereading books than reading new ones, and honestly I'm fine with that! I've gotten to revisit many of my favourite books and gave feels or notice something I missed before.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week's topic is Best Books I’ve Read In 2018 (So Far). Although I haven't read as many new books to have 10 books I really loved, I have read enough books.
So I'm just going to list the best 10, which aren't really all that I totally loved. It'll be ordered best to good.
I am obsessed. Completely obsessed. I wasn't really interested in watching Korean dramas before but after a LOT of insistence from my friend (thanks Sabs!) I finally agreed to watch it, and I fell in love with it. I binged this show in two days and did NOTHING else. I don't think I could have even if I tried because it completely drew me in and I could not stop watching it...
The first time I read a Lisa Gardner book was in 7th grade (I think?). I was in the library and I was checking out the mystery/thriller section. I randomly picked The Other Daughter because it drew me. And I LOVED IT. I even wrote a review about it last year or so because it deserves every good review it can get.
So I was in the bookstore and I took this book the second I saw it, no hesitations. I want to read all of her books in time.
Note: I read this book as a standalone without knowing that it's part of a series and had no problem, so reading in order isn't required.
I absolutely LOVED We Were Liars by the author and I jumped at the chance to read this. I grabbed it from the shelf in the bookstore without hesitation. I KNEW I would love it, especially since I also heard good things about it online.
The story is narrated backwards, which is the best part of the book[...]