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Read 30 Books in 2011

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CaribbeanBreeze has written 24 entries about this goal

Gah!

Well I’ve listed 23, but ended up at 24. There’s no way I’m going to read 6 books in the next week so this one is being given up on. I’m going to try for 30 again next year. :)



#23

There is no question that this book took awhile to get into. The beginning was very slow, or so it seemed, but in actual fact it’s providing you with the necessary foundation to set the story. Without the detailed beginning the beauty of the story would be lost, therefore don’t give up because the beginning may appear to drag a little, read it through, it’s worth your investment.

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#22

Enclave was most disappointing. Having been recommended this book I found it to be lacking in any emotion, character depth and resolve of story line. From the ending it doesn’t seem that this is a sequel, and even if there is one I won’t be buying it.

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#21

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

So overall this is a good read once you’ve worked through the slow beginning. It’s not as cleverly written as other YA novels, and a little dumbed down, but it’s still a nice book and I’m now desperate to know what happens to Lena in book two!

Worth a read.

Full Amazon Review



#20

A Stolen Life: A Memoir by Jaycee Dugard

This is a thin book. Easy to read. Not one you want to put down. I did finish it within a day. It is an extraordinary situation and I hope not one that happens to many. I’m not sure I recommend it as it’s quite a confronting topic, but this is real life, and that should be told.

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#19

Divergent by Veronica Roth was such a brilliant concept and very easy to get caught up in, I found myself unable to stop reading Divergent. I highly recommend this book not just for the YA market but also for adults who like a good book!

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#18

Bloodlines by Richelle Mead

This is the spin off series from Vampire Academy and it was great to be back in one of my favourite worlds.

I love Sydney. She is a wonderfully complex character and the world of the Alchemists is just as fascinating as those of the vampire clans.

You CANNOT read the ending first – it will ruin the entire book! The last sentence is draw droopingly “Oooh!”

Amazon Review



#17

Succubus Shadows by Richelle Mead

I adore this series!

Amazon Review



#16

Heat Wave by Richard Castle

This it is a fun little novel for anyone wanting a quick witty crime style read. I couldn’t put it down & can’t wait to read the next book! A must for Castle fans!

Recommend!

Full Amazon Review.



#15

Dragon’s Oath (House of Night) by PC & Kristen Cast

It is a very skinny little novella that wishes to give you some insight as to how Dragon came to be a professor in the House of Night.

This I thought would be a wonderful series, but it was like reading a chapter then going to bed. There was no substance. This could have been fleshed out to be a wonderful series in it’s own right. I’d have loved that. I would rather have waited for that.

If you’re a fan of the series get this book. There are little references in it that you will appreciate. You will enjoy it, but know what you’re getting and try not to be too let down.

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