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November 26, 2010


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Olive Kitteridge was great- lots of doughnut shops. And Freedom by Jonathan Franzan if you like big sweeping novel.s Also, if you love big sweeping novels that take forever to read, Larry McMurtry is so good.

how do you feel about zombies? feed by mira grant is one of the best books i've read in a long time. i keep buying copies to give to people its so good.

also, you might like the sweetness at the bottom of the pie by alan bradley. so much fun!

I'm in the middle of Mockingjay right now. I've been so in love with The Hunger Games and I just don't want it to end! I'm dying to find out who Katniss ends up with!

I just finished Hunger Games last night and I cannot wait to get my hands on the other ones.

Hey Emma! I too LOVE the Hunger Game series! A friend recently recommended the series by Jen Lancaster... I'm not sure if the series has a name? The first book is called, "Bitter is the New Black." It's witty and hilarious.

"House of Leaves" by Mark Z. Danielewski. It's quite the trip. Kind of a story within a story within a story.

My sister in law bought me Tales of the City by Armistead Maupin. It was like Mills and Boon on acid. I couldn't put it down.
I bought a David Sedaris book on your recommendation and loved it!!

ahhh i just read the whole hunger games trilogy earlier this month and loved it. the first book made me cry 3-4 times :)

i have to say though, i am disappointed by who she ended up with it - i was totally rooting for the other guy!

Lisa-I felt similar, but if it had been the other way I think I'd still be saying the same thing. That's the problem with a really good love triangle, you sort of end up rooting for everyone. :)

Have you read Bridget Jones's Diary? I know it's old, but wow, seriously like my favorite book. If you're in the mood for something light and clever and british, it's a keeper.

Have you read The Historian? If not put it on your calendar for next October for a modernish Dracula story. Fabulous really.

I'm intrigued by the premise of Lucy. Loved Frankenstein when I read it in college...I may have to give this a try!

Thanks so much for recommending "The Hunger Games". I bought it some days ago, and now I can't wait for the holidays to be over so that I can go and buy the other two books. This story is INCREDIBLE... Wow.

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