The 104 Book Challenge - 2011 discussion

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Heather K's 2001 Books Read!

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Heather | 32 comments A Scattered Life by Karen McQuestion A Scattered Life

Great Characters, but a ;ot more could have been done with the ending. Maybe it's ok, if the ending would have changed you would have needed a trilogy to follow the character development/

This book reminds us of the value of life and love. Love the folks who were put in your life, no matter how quirky they are!


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Kim I think I have a couple of books by this author on my Kindle! I will have to give them a try.


message 3: by Heather (last edited Jan 24, 2011 10:58AM) (new)

Heather | 32 comments The Confession

John Grisham always keeps me enthralled. You really get to know his politics in this book.The Confession


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Heather | 32 comments #3 The Book Theif by Markus Zusak Loved It!The Book Thief


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Heather | 32 comments #4 The Hangman's Daughter (kindle edition)
Author Oliver PötzschThe Hangman's Daughter


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Heather | 32 comments A Scattered Life by Karen McQuestion

#5 A Scattered Life by Karen McQuestion


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Heather | 32 comments #6 One for the MoneyOne for the Money


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Heather | 32 comments #7 Two for the showJanet Evanovich


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Jennifer Strand (jenniferstrand) | 155 comments Mod
YAY for Stephanie Plum!!! Are you enjoying them?


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Heather | 32 comments #8 Three to get deadlyThree To Get Deadlyby Janet Evanovich

This series is making me laugh out loud. I finish one and download the next!


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Heather | 32 comments #9 Four to Score Janet EvanovichFour to Score


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Heather | 32 comments #10 Unbillable Hours Unbillable Hours A True Story by Ian Graham

I liked this a lot. It was a free download on Kindle, so you never know! This was fast paced, witty, and insightful.


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Heather | 32 comments #11 High Five by Janet Evanovich


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Heather | 32 comments #12 Hot Six by Janet EvanovichHot Six


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Heather | 32 comments #13 Seven Up by Janet Evanovich Seven Up (Stephanie Plum, #7) by Janet Evanovich


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Heather | 32 comments #14 Hard Eight By Janet Evanovich Hard Eight (Stephanie Plum, #8) by Janet Evanovich


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Heather | 32 comments #15 TO the nines by Janet Evanovich To the Nines (Stephanie Plum, #9) by Janet Evanovich


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Heather | 32 comments #16 Eleven on Top by Janet Evanovich
Eleven on Top (Stephanie Plum, #11) by Janet Evanovich


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Heather | 32 comments Ten Big Ones (Stephanie Plum, #10) by Janet Evanovich

#17 Ten Big Ones By Janet Evanovich


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Heather | 32 comments #18 Esperanza Rising by Pam Munoz Ryan

YA novel about a young girl in Mexico losing her fortune and immigrating to to US. She becomes a farm worker and faces many challenges. A reverse Cinderella story from a hispanic perspective. Fun and moving!


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Heather | 32 comments #18 Cold Spring by Rick Rirodan
Cold Springs by Rick Riordan


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Heather | 32 comments #19 Oh My Baby Little One by Kathi Appelt
Oh My Baby, Little One by Kathi Appelt

I am adding this one to my list because it was my son's favorite book as a toddler. Tonight, the night after he turned 8, he asked my to read it to him. When I finished he sighed, wiped his eyes, and said "I really like that book." Priceless!


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Heather | 32 comments Jennifer wrote: "YAY for Stephanie Plum!!! Are you enjoying them?"

Can't seem to quit reading them! They are witty and fun, the girl we would all love to be sometimes and yet we are thrilled we are not! Any other easy series like this one that I will love?


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Lesley | 149 comments Heather wrote: "#19 Oh My Baby Little One by Kathi Appelt
Oh My Baby, Little One by Kathi Appelt

I am adding this one to my list because it was my son's favorite book as a toddler. Tonight, the night after h..."


What a wonderful story!!!


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Heather | 32 comments #20
George R.R. Martin
A Feast for Crows


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Heather | 32 comments #21

George RR Martin
A Storm of Swords


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Heather | 32 comments #22
George RR Martin
A Dance with Dragons


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Heather | 32 comments #23
George RR martinA Game of Thrones


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Heather | 32 comments #24

George RR Martin
A Clash of Kings

This author's ability to keep characters and geography of a fantasy land real truly amazed me! These books are not a light read, they are intense, but utterly enjoyable!


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Heather | 32 comments #25
Honolulu by Alan Brennert

Loved this one too! He has a way of capturing the islands that just makes me want to hop on a plane. The story is enduring and has just enough history too!


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Heather | 32 comments #26

Janet Evanovich
Twelve Sharp (Stephanie Plum, #12) by Janet Evanovich

Fun, quick reads! Stephanie Plum makes me glad I am not her, while I simultaneously yearn for her life!


message 32: by Heather (last edited Aug 05, 2011 08:05AM) (new)

Heather | 32 comments #27 Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen

A must read before you see the movie!


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Heather | 32 comments #28 Rick Rirodan

The Throne of Fire (Kane Chronicles, #2) by Rick Riordan


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Heather | 32 comments #29

The Lost Hero (The Heroes of Olympus, #1) by Rick Riordan


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