Saturday, August 4, 2012

ALL The Books

So ever since some drama that happened in late April, I had been hesitant to post any kind of weekly book roundup. Lately I've started to miss it though, so I scoured the interwebz for the perfect one for me, and I've found it: ALL the Books, hosted by Ten Cent Notes.

What I'm reading:

I just started Speechless this morning, but I loved Hannah Harrington's first book, and I have a great feeling about this book. A Game of Thrones is totally not my normal read, but guys my withdrawals of the show were SO INTENSE that I had to start it. Reading it will be a very slow process, but so far I'm enjoying it, even if Jon Snow is only fourteen.

What I hope to get read this week:
Speechless (via Netgalley)
Code Name Verity (via publicist)
Audrey, Wait!
100 pages of Game of Thrones
(Aiming a little high, but why not? I've got nothing going on.)

Books I've gotten lately:

34 Pieces of You 
Confessions of an Angry Girl (Already read, review on the way.)

The Raven Boys
(Go Netgalley!)

The Forsaken (Review here)
Pushing the Limits (Review and giveaway on the way)

A Monster Calls

Now for a song:
The Lumineers--Slow It Down


  1. can't wait to read pushing the limits! enjoy your books!

    My post is here:
    Sunday Shout Out

    1. Thanks! I hope you get to read it soon--I enjoyed it, and lots of people fell head over heels for it.

  2. I'm tempted to start GAME OF THRONES but it's too thick for me to consider it right now. I need to read THE RAVEN BOYS!

    1. Yeah, I'm taking GoT one step at a time. Baby steps. Infant steps. It's is much less intimidating that way. I'll be interested to see what you think of it. :)

  3. YAY! So glad you're doing these posts, they're a lot of fun :)

    The Raven Boys - lucky girl! And I've heard good things about Audrey, Wait!

    1. Yeah, I've noticed it makes the blogs that use them a bit more personal.

      I literally danced when I got it, lol! Hopefully it lives up to my expectations.

  4. The Raven Boys!! So cool that you got that one. And you must start reading Code Name Verity - it's slow, but so very excellent and surprising.

    Hope you enjoy all of your books :)

    1. I know! I was SO excited! I just finished Code Name Verity, and it was very good. My review should be up soon. :)


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