sucked in!

you have probably guessed that i love to read!  i also love to discuss books, and hear about what other people have been reading.  my blog buddy hakea, has provided me with some great recommendations.

because i am also a fan of stories involving wolves, i decided to try ‘shiver.’  i did have a few moments where i was painfully aware that i was much older than the target audience, but somehow i got so sucked into the main characters that as soon as i finished reading it, i had to go download the next one in the series!!  *sigh*

so, despite my initial reluctance, i continue to follow the trials and tribulations of grace and sam 🙂

if i can resist downloading the third and final book, i promise to read something a little more serious next!

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kind of eccentric artsy type raising two boys in texas.
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5 Responses to sucked in!

  1. Narelle says:

    hehehehe

    oh, i’ve relinquished all the guilt about reading books for young adults

    and, i’ve met quite a few adults recently (male and female) who have admitted to their guilty pleasure, even the principal (male) at my boy’s school.

    so, i’m reading Skulduggery Pleasant at the moment, which I think is written for 8 to 12 year-olds. i devoured the first book in about three days and i’m on to the second book. my 8 year-old son is delighted because he is the Skulduggery expert in our house, and we have had some good discussions about the books.

    i think we belong to a special category of people – young at heart

    enjoy!

  2. Narelle says:

    I’m reading Fallen by Kate Lauren at the moment. It took about 100 pages to get into it, but now it’s getting really interesting. So far, it’s not scary – mostly sad and intriguing.

    • Narelle says:

      Finished it. Will definitely be getting the subsequent books – it’s just starting to get interesting. So many unanswered questions.

      • hakea says:

        Just finished Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer. It’s non-fiction but it’s a good read, especially after seeing the movie.

        Now started Words In The Dust by Trent Reedy. It’s a children’s book but it’s good so far.

        What are you reading now?

      • phrogmom says:

        i kind of stalled out on anathem, so i have been reading room instead, which is kind of creeping me out. mostly though i am home alone a lot more with the kids now that school is back in, and augie has been sick, so my reading time has diminished! i am still trying to resist downloading that last werewolf novel!!

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