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Friday, May 15, 2009

Refer A Book Weekend 5/15/09!

Rules of Refer A Book Weekend: To play all you have to do is recommend a book that you liked and post in the comments. Tell me why you liked the book or link to your review. I will pick a recommendation, then add it to my TBR pile and the person who recommended the book will get to win a book from this Pile of Free Books that I reviewed.I usually post the Refer A Book Weekend post at 12pm EST after I am done work. Each week I will post a new post for you to comment in. The winner will not be picked until Monday so you have the weekend to recommend.

Hint: Right now I am reading two books that I really enjoy the series. I am The last book in the Percy Jackson series The Last Olympian and the last book in the Twilight series Breaking Dawn. I was wondering if anyone had any other good Mythological books or Vampire books other then the series said above.

5 comments:

gautami tripathy said...

I recently read The Red-Headed Stepchild by Jaye Wells. I liked it. It is fast paced and witty.

Here is my review:

The Red-Headed Stepchild

Ann Diana Dinh, said...

I recommend The Feast of Love by Charles Baxter. Great book!

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gaby317 said...
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gaby317 said...

I'd like to recommend Angelica by Sharon Shinn.

It might sound a bit weird that the main characters are angels but it's not a religious book at all. The angels are selected because of their gift of song. Once every year all inhabitants of the world are asked to sing to God to keep the world from being destroyed - but there aren't many angels. Shinn creates a world with a caste system with the angels at the top, but these angels don't always behave with honor. Humans seek to become angels or marry angels and have part-angel babies. This world is unlike ours today but it's easy to imagine the reality that Shinn creates.

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Llehn said...

I would like to recommend Oh. My. Gods by Tera Lynn Childs. It has been tagged as part "Harry Potter," part Rick Riordan's The Lightning Thief and twists Greek myth to highlight high school drama. Loads of fun!