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2014 Summer Reading Program Update #4

Books read from 6/21/14 - 6/28/14:



 


Book #1
Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder
Pages: 361
Thoughts: So good! Way better than I expected. I loved that the romance for me was slow and unexpected. This series is going to be good I can tell.

Book #2
Life is But a Dream by Brian James
Pages: 234
Thoughts: I've been waiting so long to read this that I'm so happy it didn't disappoint. it was another great read and I just am so happy how it ended. Just wonderful.

Book #3
Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity by Dave Roman
Pages: 187
Thoughts: This graphic novel is of course not geared towards me but the dialogue and many changes of POV makes it so that I don't think I would have liked it even if I was the "right age".

Book #4
Bee Summers by Melanie Dugan
Pages: 191
Thoughts: A somber read but makes me think of what is really important in life.

Book #5 
The Girl Who Owned a City by O.T. Nelson
Pages: 126
Thoughts: This is how you make a graphic novel geared towards a younger audience. It's also a dystopian so it kind of had me before I even started.

Book #6
The Kneebone Boy by Ellen Potter
Pages: 282
Thoughts: The most interesting ending ever. A really great story with awesome characters.

Overall: I've read fourteen books toward my goal of forty. I've really done well this week to get back on track. I've read a couple of graphic novels (finally) for my yearly graphic novel challenge. It's been a really great week.

Note: This post was supposed to be published yesterday.

My tbr books for 6/28/14 - 7/5/14:


Comments

  1. I'm interested to see what you think of Kat, Incorrigible. It looks super cute! Good job getting so many books read last week!

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    1. It was AMAZING! I'm reading the next books soon.

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  2. Great job sticking with the challenge! I had good intentions and signed up, but ended up dropping out. I'll be cheering you on from the sidelines :)

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    1. Aw thanks! I haven't been very good at reading at the "right times." I'm behind on my books is what I mean. But, I've been doing really well lately.

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