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Friday, July 17, 2009

Refer A Book Weekend 07/17/09

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 : I am open to anything this week.

5 comments:

MJ said...

I just finished reading The Host. I admit that it is the first of her books that I've read. Paranormal is not one of my favorites. Maybe that's why I loved it so much.
I did find it a little hard to get into but by page 65, I was totally hooked!!
If you haven't read it yet, give it a shot!

mj.coward[at]gmail.com

Dawn M. said...

One of my favorite books by far this year is Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles. http://www.perfectchemistrythebook.com/

It's a YA book about a boy & girl from very different backgrounds who are thrown together as lab partners. And what starts out as just a star crossed romance turns into a story about how people's lives & goals aren't always how they seem.

This is one of the few books since Twilight that really just pulled me in and didn't want to let me go. I was still thinking about it days after I finished it. It's really good. :0)

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Got a great book for you. Velva Jean Learns to Drive by Jennifer Niven. Set in the the 1930's and 1940's in North Carolina. My review is at my place, Just Books. Have a great day!

Sherrie
http://sherriesbooks.blogspot.com/2009/07/review-velva-jean-learns-to-drive.html

SamieVt said...

Did you ever have one of those books that you just can't get into? By about page 50 or 60 you are ready to toss it back on the bookshelf and grab something new. This was how I started out with All God's Children - the story of the Boskett family. The introduction was a bit challenging to follow but once I got into the "story", I couldn't put the book down. Here is a link for a summary: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1282/is_n12_v48/ai_18433342/

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