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Some excellent books!
Quoting Silverkitty:Read first two in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. Reading the first one in the Kane series. Also read Fallen and Vampire Academy. Um the first two books in the Morrganville vampire series. I know there are two mor but cannot think of them, and this was only the last two months or less. I'm a readaholic.
Last week I read Jack Chalker's Three Kings trilogy, and right now I'm reading The Coming Population Crash and Our Planet's Surprising Future by Fred Pearce.
Reading "The Unschooling handbook" by Mary Griffin. and Janette Oke Love comes softly series.
Washington by Ron Chernow. His biography of Alexander Hamilton was hands-down the best biography I've ever read. Washington is a harder subject, but, so far, this one is great, too. (It won the Pulitzer, so I guess it should be, LOL).
I am going to have to look in to some of the books everyone is reading!
BANG BANG by chelsea handler.
Reading the Lord of the Rings trilogy for the 10,000th time lol, and Light in August by Faulker. It is probably my favorite out of all his books.
Janet Evanovich always makes me laugh! I enjoy Nora Roberts too, though I've given up trying to figure out which ones I've read!
Quoting Jinx-Troublex3:Hmmm.... I'mfeeling guilty for not having any homeschool books on my list ..lolJanet Evonovich - Stephanie plum novels James Patterson -The Whole Truth (just finished this one)Tolkien's The HobbitNora Roberts - whichecer books i cna get my paws on ..loloh..and the Chronicles of Narnia- just got the big edition with all books in one ...
Hmmm.... I'mfeeling guilty for not having any homeschool books on my list ..lol
Janet Evonovich - Stephanie plum novels
James Patterson -The Whole Truth (just finished this one)
Tolkien's The Hobbit
Nora Roberts - whichecer books i cna get my paws on ..lol
oh..and the Chronicles of Narnia- just got the big edition with all books in one ...
The Hunger Games Trilogy was good, very powerful. Water for Elephants was very moving. I wasn't sure I liked it, but it was very well written.
Quoting Gumberly:"why gender matters" by leonard sax and "A Dance with dragons" by George R.R. Martin. The second one is requiring some seriouse memory recall since the last book in the series was over 6 years ago and I didn't reread all the old ones before I started this one.
I read all 3 hunger games books in a week and have the "Power of six" the seconds book in the Lorien legacies series waiting on my book shelf but I am trying to be good and finish a book before I start another for a change lol.
I finished "water for elephants" in a couple days. I wasn't sure if I would like it or not before I read it but I am so glad I decided to give it a try.
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