Wordless Wednesday: CLXXVIII


Once a reader, always a reader.

Time to prioritize it again. Any recommendations?

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~ by Elena Marie on November 17, 2011.

17 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: CLXXVIII”

  1. Life As We Knew It. It will seriously make you think. It’s a fast YA read and I am dying to talk with someone about it!

  2. The Book of Lost Things! It’s the adult fairy tale book I told you about our last girls’ weekend. I just started reading it again.

  3. Mr. Chartwell by Rebecca Hunt (dark but wonderful)
    The Language of Flowers (new, set in San Francisco, and awesome! Just finished it last night)
    Death and the Penguin: Ukranian crime fiction, totally off the beaten path but one of my faves.
    Bossypants by Tina Fey (recommend the audio)
    A Visit from the Goon Squad (1980s music scene)
    The Summer of the Bear (set in the Scottish islands, awesomeness all around)
    Vaclav and Lena (NYC’s Russian community)
    Little Bee (asylum seekers in the UK)
    Any of Maira Kalman’s illustrated books

  4. Awwwwwwww

  5. You should read Little Bee, it is truly an inspirational story about women and their strength.

  6. Are you on Goodreads? Great place to track reading and get recs from friends.

    I am (finally) reading The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo series; on the second one and I can barely put it down to go to sleep.

    I also love The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon which I found enormously satisfying.

  7. Chocolat by Joanne Harris was the last really good book that I read that wasn’t a classic. I’d like to read The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo over winter break.

  8. I totally got sucked into the Game of Thrones series. I don’t normally like that genre but it hooked me. I second The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo series as well.

  9. A Return to Love – by Marianne Williamson

  10. Room by Emma Donoghue. It’s fantastic and all my reading buddies agree!

  11. I put
    Off reading Hunger Games but just finished it not too long ago and really liked it.

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