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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Recommendations Please

So I have about a month left of classes and to celebrate I want to read all those books that I never could during the past 4 months. I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations. I read practically every genre except non-fiction and those bodice ripping books that you find in the local grocery store.

I'm looking to branch out, so if anyone knows of any good comic books, or other types of genre I'd love to hear about it! I also have to catch up on my competitions! I'm almost done with my Harry Potter competition - and the remaining books are sitting on my dresser ever so patient for me to read them.

I will say though, since I've been in school I've read some very interesting books/plays. They include

1) The End Game by Samuel Beckett
2) The Languages of Pao (my favorite to date) by Jack Vance
3) The Wretched of the Earth by Frantz Fanon
4) Thoughts by Blaise Pascal (for history)

Just to name a few. I'm excited though to pick up some books to read just for fun!! Thanks in advance for any suggestions that you guys have! :)


ladystorm said...

Hearts at Stake by Alyxandra Harvey is a good vampire novel. Its light, not gory and I can't wait to read the next one.

Plus by Veronica Chambers is not to bad.

Those are some I just finished reading.

margaret said...

Thank you Ladystorm!!! I'll have to check them out :D

Imogen said...

Hey, errmmm....I would recommend L.A. Candy by Lauren Conrad but above all Invisible I by Stella Lennon, it's amazing.

I've just finished them recently and the reviews are coming soon. (there's not spoilers in the reviews I don't think.)


margaret said...

Thanks Imogen!! :) I have LA Candy on my iPod and I do enjoy the book (I thought I'd hate it!). I'll have to check out Invisible I by Stella Lennon :)

Darla D said...

I just read one I think you'd like - but I haven't written the review yet, so you might want to wait to learn more about it. It's called Cast in Shadow by Michelle Sagara. Really, really good- and the first in a series.

margaret said...

It already has caught my attention. I await your review Darla :)