In Response To: What I’d Read at the Airport

I’ve decided to start a new feature here on Scarlett’s Book Blog. I am following a lot of people on Bloglovin’ so I read a lot of posts each day and usually I have an opinion on which is being said. In most cases, a comment underneath will suffice and I can get across what I feel but recently I have found posts which leave me with a lot to say, hence this feature. So here goes number #2, In Response To: What I’d Read In an Airport
I saw a new feature at
 ““What I’d Read” is a new situational recommendation series I’ve been tossing around in my head for quite some time.”
“Last week, when I was at the airport, I figured it was the perfect time to start.
So, this week: What I’d read in an airport. Let’s assume something tragic has happened to your eReader and you are about to be trapped on an airplane bookless (GASP!!!!!!) and your only options are the teeny selections of best-sellers at the airport kiosk bookshop.”
Well I was also travelling this week and the airport in my home city of Aberdeen is sadly, lacking. There is literally a Boots (British Walgreens), electronics shop, World Duty Free store and  *drumroll* a WHSmith, the only chance of getting a book, seriously. So I went in search this morning and this is what I found.
1. Half Bad by Sally Green (my copy was safely stored in my handbag)
2. The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Mass (my copy was in my suitcase)
3. The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith  A.K.A   J.K Rowling
4. Divergent by Veronica Roth

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