- Anatomy of a Boyfriend by Daria Snadowsky
- The Dead & The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer
- Bad Girls by Alex McAulay
- 1/2 of The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E. Pearson
- 50 Pages in Shrimp by Rachel Cohn
- Disc One in Forever In Blue by Ann Brashares
So here's the little award, ranks, type thing now, (I decided I will only do the first three books):
- Best Character: Alex Morales in The Dead & The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer
- Best Plot: The Dead & The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer and Bad Girls by Alex McAulay.
- Best Setting: (None of the books had good settings. Some were just terrible, but fit better in the book. One was nothing special.) I'll be skipping this one this week.
- Best Writing: Anatomy of a Boyfriend by Daria Snadowsky. (The other books had third person POV and I don't care much for that POV.)
Winning Book(s): The Dead & The Gone by Susan Beth Pfeffer.
The Dead & The Gone is a fabulous companion novel to Life As We Knew It. It had the same dread and fear as the first. I loved this book. It was highly enjoyable. Read It!!!
So About the other three books. The Adoration of Jenna Fox, I got last night and started. I promise to finish it today and hopefully have a review up also. It's really good so far. I know on my blog it say I'm reading Shrimp by Rachel Cohn, but honestly, I really don't feel like getting into Cyd Charisse's world right now. So I read about fifty pages a few nights ago and haven't picked it up since. I also got an audio book of the fourth Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants book in CD audio. I actually own the book and have read it a little over a year ago. But I wanted it fresh in my mind for when I watch the movie, which doesn't seem to be coming to my towns cinema for some very odd reason I haven't heard yet. I had hope of it last week to come up, but it didn't, so know I have lost hope that it will come to my theatre so I will have to wait until DVD. It's that sad?
Okay for books I plan to read this upcoming week. Finish The Adoration of Jenna Fox. Then I should really read House of Dance before I have to take it back to the library on the twentieth, what what today? The NINETEENTH! Where did time go? Geesh. I guess I'll have to renew it, I don't think I renewed it yet, so cool, I'll have another couple weeks before that has to go in. Honestly Beth Kepharts books are so sweet and soft, I really haven't been in the mood to read that right now. So then I won't to read Fly on the Wall, which I also got last night. It sounds really good and I've heard good things about it. I can't wait to read it! Then I still have Shrimp and Cupcake by Rachel Cohn to read, which I'll get too. I also have Gone by Michael Grant to read, which I'm semi-excited to read. But truth? It's a big book and I'm afraid it'll be one of those truly long books that take forever to get into. Plus, I don't think it's really my type of book. Other then that, I don't have much else to read, just a few things on my shelf I haven't gotten to yet, She's So Money and Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging, which I've started a little itty bit already. I also have Wicked Lovely that i got in like February from a book order my English teacher still hands out. It has to do with Faeries, and I'm not really big on fantasy stuff, but I've hear such good things, you know. I also just got Guyaholic by Carolyn Mackler to review from Book Divas. And I got Love on The Lifts by Rachel Hawthorne as a birthday present last year that I still haven't read. But I know I could read that book in a short while, I just have to get up and DO it. Which will probably by when I have no more books to read. I'm also waiting to get Chasing Windmills from the library that I requested in the beginning of June.
So I think that's all. But really. What book should I read next out of these?