Publisher: Atria Books

Burying Water by K.A. Tucker

Posted August 6, 2015 by Kate in loved it, Review / 0 Comments
Burying Water by K.A. Tucker

I really enjoy K.A. Tucker’s writing, and I picked this book up a long time ago, but I was kind of nervous about reading it. So while I adore reading Tucker’s work, she has the amazing ability to write these damaged characters that pull me in so deep that I get so emotionally attached to them, that it seriously breaks my heart when something bad happens to them. And judging from the synopsis of this book I knew I was in for a rough ride, thankfully it was one I enjoyed from beginning to end. The first thing I want to mention is that I absolutely love the way she wrote this book. Sometimes I like when books flash back and forth between past and present and other times it drives me bonkers. In this particular book I loved that it went back and forth, and I loved that the past was told in one POV and the present in a different one. I mean both POVs are painting the same picture, but they are each so different and so easy to fall into and really care about the characters. So going into the book you know right off bat that Water is a woman who was left for dead in a field and has absolutely no memory of who she is. As a reader I couldn’t help but try and figure out what could have brought her to that place in her life, who would have wanted to hurt […]

Five Ways to Fall by K.A. Tucker

Posted July 4, 2014 by Kate in All Time Favorites, loved it, Review / 0 Comments
Five Ways to Fall by K.A. Tucker

There are very few authors that I know are going to be on my list of favorites after reading just one book, K.A. Tucker is one of those people who managed to do that. Half way through reading my first book of hers I knew hands down, without a doubt, that her writing put her at the top of my favorites list. Her latest release, Five Ways to Fall, is no exception to this rule (although I am completely reading this series ridiculously out of order). So here’s why K.A. Tucker is one of my favorites, and it sounds so simple, but I’m sure its actually quite difficult to master: she writes in such a way that it just feels effortless, like you are sitting down and having a long conversation with a close friend when you read one of her book. Her books make me laugh out loud, butterflies swarm in my stomach, gasp at sad parts, and all in all just become immersed in the book (P.S. thanks again for another sleepless night, I should know better than to start a book at midnight, it’s now 5 a.m. and I’m writing this review, ain’t no rest for the wicked though). Five Ways to Fall had me going through all the same emotions with completely different characters, who I fell in love with just as much as the characters from the last book. So I love Reese. In some ways she kind of reminds me of myself, and in other ways she […]