20/4/12

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I haven't really had time to sit down and do a proper review for all of these books but wanted to make sure to add them to my list lest I forget about them. So, books I've read so far:

1. The Hunger Games by S. Collins 
2. The Hitch Hiker/The Lost Temple by Stevie Woods
3. Alliance in the Blood by Ariel Tachna
4. Wes and Toren by J.M. Colail 
5. The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett 

Currently Reading: Zero to the Bone by Jane Seville

I just received Zero to the Bone today from my BooksFree account and am really looking forward to cracking it open. It's been recommended to me several times by several different people. It'll be interesting to see if it lives up to the hype. 

On a completely unrelated note, I stumbled upon a Sixteen Candles fic I started years ago between Farmer Ted and Jake Ryan based years in the future (they're both in their 30s) and am wondering why I never finished it. I had the foundation for a really wonderful story and now am thinking heavily about finishing it. It'll give me an excuse to watch Sixteen Candles again, in any case. :)
slyprentice: (Default)
I haven't really had time to sit down and do a proper review for all of these books but wanted to make sure to add them to my list lest I forget about them. So, books I've read so far:

1. The Hunger Games by S. Collins 
2. The Hitch Hiker/The Lost Temple by Stevie Woods
3. Alliance in the Blood by Ariel Tachna
4. Wes and Toren by J.M. Colail 
5. The Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett 

Currently Reading: Zero to the Bone by Jane Seville

I just received Zero to the Bone today from my BooksFree account and am really looking forward to cracking it open. It's been recommended to me several times by several different people. It'll be interesting to see if it lives up to the hype. 

On a completely unrelated note, I stumbled upon a Sixteen Candles fic I started years ago between Farmer Ted and Jake Ryan based years in the future (they're both in their 30s) and am wondering why I never finished it. I had the foundation for a really wonderful story and now am thinking heavily about finishing it. It'll give me an excuse to watch Sixteen Candles again, in any case. :)