Project Wonderful

Friday, October 17, 2008

Refer A Book Friday!!


It's Friday again!. Who want's to win a book? If you do post your recommendations in the comments and leave a link to your review or tell me why you liked it. I will pick the winner probably on Sunday because tomorrow is the 24 hour read a thon and I will probably be posting a bunch for that. If you haven't played before and you want to know what you can win you have choice of either picking a book from this list of books Here (<--click on link) or pick a book from you wishlist.

9 comments:

sharonanne said...

I really loved Dewey my review is here: http://sharonlovesbooksandcats.blogspot.com/2008/10/review-dewey-small-town-cat-who-touched.html

Janel said...

I'm still going with the Halloween theme for my suggestions. Have you ever read anything by Jonathan Rand? He is very popular with the 3-5 graders in the elementary school where I volunteer. He has a Michigan Chillers and American Chillers series along with several others including 1-3 graders, teens and adults.

The Bionic Bats of Bay City is actually set about 20 minutes away from my house. http://prostores2.carrierzone.com/servlet/chillers/-strse-165/%2314-Bionic-Bats-of/Detail

Becky said...

My recommendation this week is Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book.

Jessica said...

My recommendation is The Handmaid's Tale, by Margaret Atwood. I read this book this week and loved it. It's an Orwellian tale of a society where women have little to no rights. It's scary in a psychological way, so it fits in with eerie fall reads. For more, see my review.

Carol said...

I loved Stone Creek by Victoria Lustbader! It's about two lonely people who meet and how they help each other fine happiness.

nbbaker1102 said...

I would recommend Wednesday Sisters. I read it recently and I thought it gave me a lot to think about with social issues without being preachy. I also really enjoyed the stories of the relationships between the women in the story. I reviewed it here:

http://nbbaker1102.wordpress.com/2008/10/13/wednesday-sisters/

darbyscloset said...

Okay, I know you like childrens books yet the one I am reading now is a new author for me so I'm going to introduce him to you.
"Envy the Night" by Michael Koryta.
Not a big book and a little slow at the start yet really roaring now! Good mystery wih a lot of twits and turns amongst the characters. Perhaps if not for you maybe for someone else you know!
Darby
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

Penny said...

I'd like to refere a book...
I just finished reading the book
"No Time For Goodbyes" written by Linwood Barclay. This was a really good book, in my opinion. It's a mystery of a girl, 14 years old whose family vanishes. 25 years later, she still has no clue what happens to them, when she starts getting "clues" to her past. I would recomend this book to anyone who likes mysteries.

Shooting Stars Mag said...

The last book I reviewed was The Society of S and I would definitely recommend this book!!

Review here:

http://shootingstarsmag.blogspot.com/2008/10/review-society-of-s.html

-Lauren