The Space Between and Reading in Texas have teamed up to ask the question: what happens to your books after you have read them?
I have always loved books, and though I had a healthy collection growing up, I checked many things out of the library. The... Read More | Share it now!
Abandon by Meg Cabot
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy Romance
Ages: 14 and up
Published: April 26, 2011 by Point
This book was previously reviewed. Please click here to read the post.
Beyond Jennifer & Jason, Madison & Montana: What to Name Your... Read More | Share it now!
Authors who offer up their books for a “read to review” are very brave. Handing over their work to a group of amateur writers is basically asking for a beating. It’s hard to review someone else’s work, especially when you might be hoping to... Read More | Share it now!
Here are the three books I read in March that rate 4 Stars. There were none rating 5 Stars.
The Host by Stephenie Meyer (SciFi/Fantasy): Stephenie Meyer was supersmart to write a new book of a different genre during the time she was penning the... Read More | Share it now!
Half-way through reading, I realized that this is book you’d get if The Hunger Games, Witch and Wizard and The Host had a baby together. A beautiful, thrilling baby.
There’s heavy-handed government, electric fences and lack of individual control.... Read More | Share it now!
While wandering through the stacks of books that were out last Christmas at my local Barnes & Noble, I saw a book in the Young Adult section that immediately drew my attention. Disregarding the old saying about judging and books and covers, the... Read More | Share it now!
So, I got all cocky and decided to read 100 books this year. It all started with my joining goodreads.com and seeing their book challenge. Without thinking about anything (how many books per week, blah, blah, blah), I decided 100 was a nice, round... Read More | Share it now!