Sadly, I confess, I haven't had a chance to do any reading this summer yet. But it's vacation time for me too and I'm planning to get in as much reading as I can!
I am enjoying Fly Away Home by Jennifer Weiner.
The Help by Kathryn Stockett!
A Dance With Dragons (and it wasn't that great). It's hard to find excellent novels or maybe my standards are too high. I'm reading Neil Gaiman's "American Gods" and it's boring. Meh. I'll finish it in a few days.
Fang and Angel from the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson. Those books are addicting! I think it took me 2 days to read one of them and a day and a half to read the other. :)
I've just reviewed Tahoe Hijack, a thriller by Todd Borg, on my blog. I recommend it for a good summer read!
Ach, what a tough question. For adult, I would say THE HELP by Kathryn Stockett. For YA, it's a tie between DIVERGENT by Veronica Roth and POSSESSION by Elana Johnson.
I was given the Harry Potter series on audiobook. I've read them all before, (several times) but Stephen Fry gave them even more magic.
So far, The Dream Spell by Emma Daniels. SHould be doing a review soon.
Two different ones.A short story compilation called "Beat to a Pulp: Round 1:And a book of horro called "Blood Hunter" by Sidney Williams.
I've done a lot of reading over the summer (a lot of books I've meant to read over the years)and the two that have stuck out the most for me are The Brief and Wondrous Life Of Oscar Wao and The Curious Case of the Dog in Night-Time.
Looking for Alaska.That's my favorite so far this summer.LOVE john Green.
Wow. I'm realizing that I haven't read many books this summer. The only one I've finished is called "Fire Lover" and the only reason I really enjoyed reading it is because it has a lot to do with my summer job...hmmm. Also, I just started reading "Mere Christianity" by C.S. Lewis. Thus far, I'm discovering that I'm not Christian, which is something I never knew before. T.A. Demings: Words for a rainy day
I've been so busy that I've kept my reading light this summer. I finished "Buried Prey" by John Sanford a few days ago. I'm also halfway through a memoir, "A Family of Strangers" by Deborah Tall, which is excellent so far.
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