The rules are the same as last year! (click here for more details)
You have a year to read 100 books. Add replies with what you have read and possibly a little description to tell your fellow Nerdfighters a little bit about them.
Good luck and get reading!
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6- Full Bloom by Janet Evanovich - it's about a millionaire and a journalist solving a mystery about the deaths in the community.
7- Blow Fly by Patricia Cornwell - it's part of a series about a forensic pathologist, called Kay Scarpetta
8- Cross bones by Kathy Rieches - it's part of a series following a forensic anthropologist, called Temperaence Brennan based in Montreal and North Carolina
9- Pale Demon by Kim Harrison - it's part of a series about a witch, called Racheal Morgan, a vampire, called Ivy, and a pixy, called Jenks. It focuses on Racheal's effect on the witch's commumity.
(9/100) thankfully summer is comming
I'm new to the Nerdfighter community after sprinting through Looking for Alaska last week at a friend's recommendation, but I joined the site specifically for this challenge!
I'm late to the game, but here's what I've got so far this year, that I can recount:
1) The Princess Bride, William Goldman
2) Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Jonathan Safran Foer
3) Fool, Christopher Moore
4) Fragile Things, Neil Gaiman
5) American Gods, Neil Gaiman
6) Smoke and Mirrors, Neil Gaiman
7) Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman
8) The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Stieg Larsson
9) The Girl Who Played with Fire, Stieg Larsson
10) The Book Thief, Markus Zusak
11) Overqualified, Joey Comeau
12) Lockpick Pornography, Joey Comeau
13) Looking for Alaska, John Green
14) The Fault in our Stars, John Green
15) Censoring an Iranian Love Story, Shahriar Mandanipour
16) We All Fall Down, Nic Sheff
17) Fury, Koren Sailckas
18) Rome and Rhetoric, Garry Wills
19) Coriolanus, Shakespeare
20) As You Like It, Shakespeare
21) The Value of Names, Jeffrey Sweet
22) End Days, Deborah Laufer
23) The Last Night of Ballyhoo, Alfred Uhry
24) Way to Heaven, Juan Mayorga
So, I suppose I'm on my way! If you want any reviews of these, just let me know, I'll include quick reviews of books as I finish them, but I just wanted to get this list to catch up.
Ne ne, im considering buying american gods, is it really good?
Yes, it was great. It definitely requires some patience, because of its length and because of the immense amount of allusion going on, but the characters are fascinating and the ending is so immensely satisfying.
Have you read Good Omens?
I haven't, although it's definitely on my "to read" list. I've barely read any Terry Pratchett, and that needs to be remedied!
8. Interview with a Vampire by Anne Rice
I had some expectations since I'd already seen the movie but it was pretty good. Think I'll eventually read more of the Vampire Chronicles
5. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
6. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
So ends the Hunger games trilogy for me.
The ending was good, but it came very quickly.
Can't say too much more about it, I dont want to ruin it for anyone!
1. The Hunger Games -- Suzanne Collins I assume that you all know about it.
2. Catching Fire -- Suzanne Collins HG sequel
3. Mockingjay -- Suzanne Collins 3rd to HG series
4.Boy Meets Boy -- David Levithan -- Two boys meet my accident, they overcome a lot of craziness(ex-boyfriends, losing friends)
5. Paper Towns -- John Green -- Margo is a wild child. She's impulsive, fun, and different. It's about a boy who really loves her and it's amazing.
6. Nick and Norah;s Infinite Playlist -- John Green and David Levithan
7. Variant -- Robinson Wells