Month: January 2010

The Maze Runner by James Dashner

The Maze Runner by James Dashner

Funny thing about this book, I had ordered an advanced readers copy of this book from a Shelf Awareness email, and set it aside with my other tons of “to-read” books. Forgetting about it, I saw the book sitting on a table in the break room at the bookstore and… Read more »

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Separation Anxiety by Karen Brichoux

Separation Anxiety by Karen Brichoux

For chick lit, this was very depressing. Yeah, you know the girl is always going to have issues, and the book will start that way. But this chick had a totally messed up life and we got to see all the dirty laundry. And you don’t quite get why she… Read more »

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Under the Dome by Stephen King

Under the Dome by Stephen King

Finally finished all 1074 pages of this huge novel. Really, it’s actually about the size of another Stephen King novel, It, my favorite King novel of all time. It’s longer than Breaking Dawn, or any of the Harry Potter novels as well. It was good once I got into it,… Read more »

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Miss Understanding by Stephanie Lessing

Miss Understanding by Stephanie Lessing

I actually began this book awhile ago. It was one that I left in my master bathroom to read during bubble baths. But as I was reading the Sookie Stackhouse novels, it sat there waiting to be finished. This book was purchased when I got the crazy idea to search… Read more »

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BTVS:  One Thing or Your Mother by Kirsten Beyer

BTVS: One Thing or Your Mother by Kirsten Beyer

There was a time, probably early last year, when I still had a “reading schedule” set up. Every 10 or so books I’d read a Buffy the Vampire Slayer book (BTVS). Every 20 books I’d read a classic, every 5 books a nonfiction, etc. This was my way of broadening… Read more »

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Around the World in 80 Dates by Jennifer Cox

Around the World in 80 Dates by Jennifer Cox

I’ve decided instead of numbering all of my book reviews, I’ll just put the name in the title as I did with this. I don’t always blog about all the books I read, partly because I reread books often, like the Twilight series, and Harry Potter whenever a new Harry… Read more »

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