Books for 2012 – November 16

1. Water for Elephants – Sara Gruen
2. The Death Cure – James Dashner
3. Modelland – Tyra Banks
4. Fight Club – Chuck Palahnuik
5. Every Boy’s Got One – Meg Cabot
6. Shiver – Maggie Stiefvater
7. Linger – Maggie Stiefvater
8. Forever – Maggie Stiefvater
9. Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (and other concerns) – Mindy Kaling
10. The Help – Kathrynn Stockett
11. Riding Lessons – Sara Gruen
12. Flying Changes – Sara Gruen
13. The Mermaid Chair – Sue Monk Kidd
14. The Night Circus – Erin Morgenstern
15. The Marriage Plot – Jeffery Eugenides
16. Lock and Key – Sarah Dessen
17. 11/22/63 – Stephen King
18. Just Listen – Sarah Dessen
19. Juliet, Naked – Nick Hornby
20. Sh*t My Dad Says – Justin Halpern
21. I Suck at Girls – Justin Halpern
22. A Dirty Job – Christopher Moore
23. Love Unlisted – Stephanie Haddad
24. Love Regifted – Stephanie Haddad
25. UnEnchanted – Chanda Hahn
26. What-the-Dickens: The Story of a Rogue Tooth Fairy – Gregory Maguire
27. Arcadia – Lauren Groff
28. The Journal of Curious Letters – James Dashner
29. The Hunt for Dark Infinity – James Dashner
30. The Host – Stephenie Meyer
31. The Mating – Nicky Charles
32. The Keeping – Nicky Charles
33. The Finding – Nicky Charles
34.The Blade of Shattered Hope – James Dashner
35. Fairest – Chanda Hahn
36. The Void of Mist and Thunder – James Dashner
37. What Happened to Goodbye – Sarah Dessen
38. The Kill Order – James Dashner
39. That Summer – Sarah Dessen
40. The Time Keeper  – Mitch Albom

I’m pretty pleased I’ve read 40 books so far. I am currently reading Hourglass – Myra McIntyre and Fluke – Christopher Moore. I have the same books still on my phone (I have since learned how to download e-books straight from the library to my phone, which is probably how I read 7 books in a month), that I haven’t finished, but they are patiently waiting.

I enjoyed The Time Keeper quite a bit. It was a quick read, but it was also thought provoking (as all Albom books tend to be). The final two books of the 13th Reality series seemed to DRAG…. I had to FORCE myself to read it. Sarah Dessen is an easy read everytime. She’s a great young woman’s writer and I always get caught up in her characters – no matter how juvenile the books seem to be. The Kill Order was sort of a let down after the other books in the series, but I was able to read it quickly.

I’m looking forward to reading more over the holidays! Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!!!

Until Next Time….


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