Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Just Read a Book + Joined a Book Club!

Since I sadly don't have a finished review for you guys yet, I'll attempt to entertain you all with an update on how things are going with my relationship with books.

I just finished reading Where She Went by Gayle Forman, which is the sequel to If I Stay. If I Stay was a book I read last year, and remembered loving. I got out of the reading habit and haven't been keeping up with new releases lately due to school, but when I heard the sequel had released, I went out and bought it.

I read it in four hours!!!

So I'll have a review up for that soon. If you want, you can go check out my review for If I Stay here. I HIGHLY recommend it, because it's different, and I enjoyed it. A lot, obviously.

As for other book related updates, I joined a book club at my school called TLC(The Literary Circle). We're going to be reading Tithe by Holly Black, which I haven't had the pleasure of reading yet. I feel so bad! I've seen reviews and news about Holly Black's series, but never had the impulse to actually pick any of her books up for a good read. Looks like I'll finally have the joy of doing so.

Bye for now!

Any new book news from any of you?

5 comments:

Mark de Zabaleta said...

Should be an interesting book ... 4 hours!


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Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

I am reading Where She Went this week... cant wait to get started!

the.pink.margarita said...

i noticed you're reading Tithe. that is one of my favorite fantasy books! :) don't forget to purchase and read ironside and valiant (ironside is my favorite among the three). happy reading!

Lisa said...

I love a book that I can't put down and only takes a few hours because it is so interesting to me. Thanks Lisa

meghanbp said...

will you be reviewing the YA novel "Cracked" by K.M. Walton. I just finished it (in a day) and was blown away. I love that the story, about bullying, was told by both the bully AND his victim. I cried...for the bully. That's right, I said it. I felt sorry for the bully. That's how good of a storyteller K.M. Walton is :)