- member since June 29, 2010
I just finished When She Woke and really liked it. Started The Heretic's Daughter. I loved Stephen King's 11-22-63, of course. I love nearly all his work. I hope you enjoy it. I'll tackle the Passage next (after a quick read of Janet Evanovich's newest).Thanks for all the recommendations!
Anna told me a while back that you recommended a book for me to read. She couldn't remember the name of it. I'm doing anything I can to avoid reading The Passage that my sister has loaned to me. And by the way, thanks a lot for loaning the Pretty Little Liars books for me to read. I am so ashamed that I am addicted to them! :) I picked up the first book that Savannah Dover had left in my car when I needed something to read and was hooked. I get so mad when I finish one and still have nothing resolved. I am on the last (I hope) book now so I'll be finished by the weekend.
Hey Rebecca, I’m the author of Cyberfreak Debt and am looking to raise some more interest in the book (it’s already doing well on amazon). Please shelve it (or better yet purchase a copy!), or come along to the discussion linked below. The book is linked afterwards also. Feel free to message me any time! Stu-man :-) ... @wonderboywriter on twitter
Ok, I did enjoy the book somewhat, but I felt as though the author merely gave the ending to the reader for the reader's sake (not that I do not sometimes enjoy those types of endings). Ohio is excellent! I am re-reading The Great Gatsby (such a good book), but I have hit a semi-impermeable wall. For my class, I have to choose a text that has in some way reflected me when I read it, and I cannot think of ANYTHING! I know that I will eventually come up with something, but there are so many books, poems, and writings which I have not read. I have found, however, that most of the novels I have read are about characters to whom I want to aspire. It is like that question of DC Comics vs. Marvel Comics. The Marvel superhero group is much more relatable to people because they are extremely flawed, as are real people. Granted, these heroes are excellent, but I am somewhat drawn to the DC superheroes that are relatable yet uncompromising in their principles. Why couldn't the assignment be something like that?!