Sunday, April 8, 2007

Top Five for March

Okay-let me recap since I haven't done this in quite awhile. These five books were my favorite reads/re-reads of the month. In no particular order.



Blue Bloods by Melissa De la Cruz
Schuyler (I pronounce it Skylar) and her friends live in New York city-where anything can happen. As it so turns out-Schuyler is invited to a Committee meeting. The Committee are a revered, respected group of people who all trace their ancestry back to the time of the Matflower, but even more-they all have a terrible secret-one that threatens themselves and humanity, but one which, until now, they choose to ignore.
This book was fast-paced and fun, though sometimes de la Cruz writes a little bit more mature than I like to read, it is still worth it to read this book. A must read for those who like modern fantasy!




Sanctuary by Meg Cabot
the fourth book in the 1-800-where-r-u? series
This one was hilarious, as always-told from Jess Mastriani's point of view. This one is not my favorite-but I still loved it. And those who haven't read this series by Meg Cabot-you must!













This Lullaby-Sarah Dessen

Normally-I'm not really the kind of person who likes straight romance. But this book is an exception. As inRedeeming Love (Francine Rivers), this book is about a "tough girl" who never lets anyone get close. Remy thinks that love will always be used against her. In fact, she doesn't really believe in love. Until Dexter, with his gangly form and untidyness, comes along and shatters her bounderies. Be careful-this one's a tear-jerker!
Also-there was some language strewn here and there. But I think it was probably fitting to the story because Remy is determined to be tough.









Cathy's Book

This book was loads of fun! The book includes a packet of "actual" evidence-including illustrations, business cards, birth certificates, and other fun things. The book itself is hilarious, though sometimes a little hard to follow.

Cathy Vickers is a girl from the California suburbs who has gotten herself into a whole lot of trouble. This involves a kidnapping, immortal boyfriends, and lots of action. I loved it!



The Book Thief-Markus Zusak

I haven't finished it yet-and i already love it! It's so strange-the narrator is Death, and he follows around this little girl-"the book theif"-as she steals books from Nazi book-burnings. Set during WW II, absolutely fascinating.




3 comments:

Erin said...

Cathy's Book looks so cool! The Book Thief is on my list as well. :)

Erin said...

Have you read The Looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor? If so, I'm curious to hear your thoughts on it. :)

Polka Dotted Pickles said...

Sweet! More books.