Goodreads Monday -30/3/2020

Goodreads Monday is a really simple weekly meme hosted by Lauren’s Page Turners where you choose a book at random from your Goodreads TBR and explain why you want to read it.

This week’s pick is:

Title: Foolish Hearts

Author: Emma Mills

Published: 5th December 2017 by Henry Holt & Co.


When Claudia accidentally eavesdrops on the epic breakup of Paige and Iris, the it-couple at her school, she finds herself in hot water with prickly, difficult Iris. Thrown together against their will in the class production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, along with the goofiest, cutest boy Claudia has ever known, Iris and Claudia are in for an eye-opening senior year.

Smart, funny, and thoroughly, wonderfully flawed, Claudia navigates a world of intense friendships and tentative romance in Foolish Hearts, a YA novel about expanding your horizons, allowing yourself to be vulnerable, and accepting–and loving–people for who they really are.

A contemporary young adult novel by Emma Mills about a girl whose high school production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream leads her to new friends–and maybe even new love.

Why do I want to read it?

  • let’s be honest…that cover…
  • the three magic words…contemporary young adult…
  • the synopsis……it’s about being young and vulnerable and in love….SIIIIIIIGH! I’m not too old to remember those days…and those feelings
  • and it seems like a super quick read…that’s not too light…engrossing enough to keep my mind focused on reading instead of worrying.

Have you read this book? Would you recommend it?

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