September 2011 Finally finished The Help! Good book...a little language in it, but overall, great read! I am also reading the Patrick Bower Files series, by Stephen James. The first book is called The Pawn...seriously, I could NOT put it down! SOOOO good! They are crime-serial killer-type books. Working on the second one right now, The Rook. Then comes, you guessed it, The Knight, The Bishop, and then The Queen. I am assuming he will write one called The King...
I think for now, that is all...I will probably update another time this month!
Ok, update time! I joined a book club! Never thought I would do that, but why not? I love to read, so its perfect! We just finished reading the book The Help by Katherine Stockett. Well, they finished, I'm still reading, haha...so far I like what I have read!
Another series we are working on is the Homelander series by Andrew Klavan. VERY good. It's like the Bourne Identity movies, only in a Christian-ish version for teens. Very good writing.
My mom and I are reading (well, I'm done, she almost is done) the Dreamhouse Kings series by Robert Liparulo. WOW. Awesome books. Really keeps you on your toes. A definite recommend!
Just finished Ted Dekker's new book, The Priest's Graveyard. Ahh, he is such a good author! I can't believe the amount of books I'm posting about, haha, but I just can't get enough!!!
And last, but not least, I am reading the Bailey Flannigan series by Karen Kingsbury. The first was Leaving, and now I'm on Learning. Karen, you are amazing!
Ok, I think that's it for now...happy reads!
It is no secret in my house--I love to read! You can pretty much find me whenever I have some down time with my nose buried in a book. I love losing myself in the pages of a good book (or the screen of my amazing Nook)! I'm going to take this page and list some of my favorites!
Karen Kingsbury has got to be my favorite author. I just finished her amazing Redemption, Firstborn, Sunrise, and Above the Line series. I am starting to read them again, I love them so much! I pretty much love anything by her. They are stories that are true to real life situations. I recommend anything by her!
Of course, I can't leave out the classics. I will admit, I am a Jane Austen junkie, Emma and Sense and Sensibility being my favorites! I also love the Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumas. Of course, add Little Women to that list...always makes me cry!
Ted Dekker is up there too. I love his book Adam, as well as the Bride Collector, and Boneman's Daughter. He is so creepy and mysterious!
There are so many others, and I will add them as soon as I think of them, but for now, I need to go fix dinner!