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- member since March 8, 2008
teenbookreview’s last login was Monday, March 2, 2009.
i think i've read almost all of the genres..i like adventures and weird books..i'm not really into books with a sad topic...the books you've suggested are just great and the titles sound interesting, although i haven't heard of them beforebut i would like to read the books you've suggested in the future..hehe..thAnks by thE waY!=))
I have been to your website a number of times and was glad to see you have a shelfari because you definitely have good recommendations.
Although, I have to say, there are a lot of 5 star books. Either you know how to pick them or you're not as critical as I thought you would be. ha
I think I read THE STEPS by Rachel Cohn many many moons ago, but other than that the only book of hers that I've really wanted to read is YOU KNOW WHERE TO FIND ME.
The Ann Brashares book was good (I'll be posting a review of it soon - probably when I get home from school today), but not as good as I expected and DEFINITELY I like the TRAVELING PANTS series much better.
I'm THISCLOSE to being done with Ann Brashares' THE LAST SUMMER (OF YOU AND ME). I actually put a page on my site with what book I'm currently reading. And I want to read that book by Rachel Cohn so much. I saw it at BN yesterday but I have an aversion to buying hardcover so I skipped it.