Friday, April 8, 2011

G is for GOOD books.

Here are some of my favorites. 

This is from the Heir Series. Its the second one and the best of of the three.  IMO.

Out of the four this one showed the most emotion and realness to me.  I lorved it!

This lady Lauren Kate can make something like the moss seem beautiful and poetic.  If there was anyone I would inspire to be like, it would be her.  This is an excellent book.

Hilarious book.  I still laugh when I think about it.  ahhh.  Good stuff!

Yes, I was absolutely engulfed.  By the end of the trilogy, however, I was madder than a one legged cat digging up a turd on the a frozen lake...but for the first book, I was into it.

These are all great books, but this first one is particularly entertaining and fun! 

Same author, same people, but added characters.  I think I am going to like these ones even more than the Percy Jackson ones. 

I love Harry Potter, but the third one is my absolute favorite.  I am a nerd for time traveling!

Just to name a few!  Can you tell that I like books that are a series?  That is why my books are all series. (So far anyways) 


V. Furnas said...

Not feeling you on the Eclipse but you are right on with book number 3 for Harry Potter. That one is perfect in every way.

Ruth said...

Nice variety! I haven't read a couple on the list but will definitely look into them. That Fallen cover is pretty.

Huntress said...

Woo Hoo! Love getting tips for new reading material.

Hitchhiker, Heir, and Hero: easy to remember.

TheyCallMeVarmit said...

I like your taste in books. These are all winners!

L'Aussie said...

The name of your blog has been intriguing me for ages, so all else has failed and i'm here to lose 10 lbs (what is that in kilos?) Anyway, we share a love of many of the same books. I haven't read millionaire-author e-pubbed Amanda Hocking yet, but I must. I'm just doing a series on Edward being likened to the Byronic heroes in literature (on my L'Aussie Writing blog.)


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Lynda R Young said...

good selection of books. I've written down some I haven't read yet. I wasn't a big fan of Fallen though. The writing style was nice, but the story was a bit blah by the end (maybe it was just my frame of mind when I was reading it)

Wanda said...

There is not quite like a good book. Best wishes in the challenge.

The Watered Soul

Tezzie said...

Two words: Outlander. Series. ;D

And, I loved the Harry Potter and Twilight series, too <3

Novelista Barista said...

ECLIPSE! best ever!