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message 1: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments This will be fun!
1. Savor the Moment by Nora Roberts
2. Happy Ever After by Nora Roberts


message 2: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments Bucket-loads here:
3. Imaginary Jesus by Matt Mikalatos
4. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
5. Animal Farm by George Orwell
6. Fire by Kristin Cashore
7. Here, There Be Dragons by James A. Owen
8. Beastly by Alex Flinn
9. Firestorm by David Klass
10. Whirlwind by David Klass
11. Timelock by David Klass
12. The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan
13. River Secrets by Shannon Hale
14. Bed of Roses by Nora Roberts
15. Forest Born by Shannon Hale
16. Enna Burning by Shannon Hale
17. The Goose Girl by Shannon Hale
18. City of Bones by Cassandra Clare
19. Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon hale
20. Devil in the Details by Jennifer Traig
There! I'm almost completely caught up!


message 3: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 21. Falling for Rachael by Nora Roberts
22. Convincing Alex by Nora Roberts
23. Waiting for Nick by Nora Roberts
24. Convincing Kate by Nora Roberts
25. The Magic Moment by Nora Roberts
26. Search for Love by Nora Roberts
27. The Right Path by Nora Roberts
28. Vision in White by Nora Roberts
29. The Villa by Nora Roberts
30. Birthright by Nora Roberts
31. Midnight in the Bayou by Nora Roberts
I've exhausted my collection of Nora Roberts now, don't worry.


message 4: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 32. Blue Smoke by Nora Roberts
Well, almost.


message 5: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 33. A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen
Eww! Summer reading sucks!


message 6: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 34. Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
Again, ew. I had to struggle to get through this one because halfway through, I'm counting the number of times he restates the same issue in the same exact way as he did in the first twenty pages. Eventually, I lost track because it was just too many.


message 7: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 35. Cloaked by Alex Flinn
If you liked Beastly (the book), you'll probably like this. It's got a lot more obscure fairy tales and fables, but I really liked it.


message 8: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 36. Dreamhunter by Elizabeth Knox
Set in the 1900s, only in a different kind of world. I thought it was written in the 60's or something until I saw the published date: 2005. Yeah. It was okay, and now I'm reading the second and last in the series.


message 9: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 37. Tribute by Nora Roberts
Sweet little story. Very The Villa-like, plot-outside-the-romance-wise.


message 10: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 38. Dreamquake by Elizabeth Knox
Ugh! The ending was a piece of crap! You want to throw time travel into a fantasy series, that's one thing that I POSSIBLY could swallow. You throw time travel in, then fantasize it so it's more complicated then it should be, and then break the rules of time travel AND fantasy? THAT DOESN'T WORK! god, the worst piece of crap I ever read!


message 11: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 39. The Throne of Fire by Rick Riordan
It was alright, nothing special. Well, except for the end of the world thing. But, come on. That's EVERYWHERE.


message 12: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 40. The Warlock by Michael Scott
Okay, this is like, the fifth or sixth in the series, and I JUST started to care about the characters. Before, it was void of all meaningful suspense, and the characters had all of the interesting factors of water. That's right: nothing, except that they existed. Now, i start to care, and they end with a completely infuriating cliff-hanger! I know why we need them, but Gawd!


message 13: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 41. The Naming by Alison Croggon
42. The Riddle by Alison Croggon
First two books in a series of 4. They're really good, if you're looking for a nice, predictable fantasy story, with a romance so obvious, you'll see it coming a mile away.
Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you see it), the romance has not yet become romantic, but it's coming.
I hope.


message 14: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 43. Matched by Ally Condie
Standard dystopian romance, but still really good. Frist of a series, but I don't have the sequel, Crossed, so it will be a while before I read it.
Now I am working on the third book in Croggon's series.


message 15: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 44. The Crow by Alison Croggon
This aggravated me. The book switched POVs from the main character to the brother, the love interest sucked, then died, and it was all about some puny, whiny kid and his pet white crow. Still, not TOO bad...
Reading the last in the series now. Back to the actual hero, and the love interest doesn't suck as much, so far. I'm not too far into it though.


message 16: by Emily (new)

Emily (azara3) | 16 comments 45. The Singing by Alison Croggon
Still pretty aggravating. The romance came to its conclusion, but only as a flashback, leaving me thinking, "Huh? What? The Hell?" Still, decent enough, and a good enough series to pass the time, waiting for NaNoWriMo or Inheritance (both in November! Gah!)


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