This fun weekly book meme was created by J.Kaye’s Book Blog, but Sheila from One Person’s Journey Through a World of Books has taken over hosting duties. It’s a great way to not only keep track of what you are reading and have read, but to let others know of any great books coming up.
Read last week:
Yay, I read two and a half books this past week! And that was with a major, sick as a dog stomach bug (which I still have).
The Ask and The Answer by Patrick Ness – OMG this book was fabu! If you are a fan of dystopian YA, this series is a must. I enjoyed the first book, The Knife of Never Letting Go, but I adored this one.
Fat Vampire: A Never Coming of Age Story by Adam Rex – Weird. My God this book was weird. And awkward. And at times just plain wrong. Which, of course, means that I enjoyed it immensely.
Promise by Kristie Cook – Okay, I am really, really enjoying this one, which is weird because it’s a romance novel. Something I seem to be into more and more lately. (I feel a blog post coming up about this.)
Really, is there even any sense coming up with this list? It’s not like I ever really stick to it. Sigh, okay just for a laugh I will. But don’t think you can hold me to it.
The Red Queen by Philippa Gregory – I really enjoyed The White Queen and have been hearing much good stuff about this follow up.
Truly, Madly, Deadly by Becca Wilcott – Yeah, I know. This one’s been on my TBR list for a while. But once Stephen Moyer signed it for me a couple of weeks ago, every time I look at it I break out in giggles. I think this week I can compose myself enough to open it and read it.
thinandbeautiful.com by Liane Shaw – I think this one may be a difficult read because of the subject matter, but it’s kinda been beckoning me for a while now.
Rough Magic by Caryl Cude Mullin – This Shakespeare inspired book is kinda different from anything I’ve read before and I think I’m in the mood for different this week.