What can I say? Wow. I totally immersed myself in this book. I laughed, I cried, I was furious, I was so very devastated at the end. I felt like I shouldn’t have even attempted the book until the 7th was out. The untied ends are going to drive me utterly insane.
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A story about "Failure To Zigzag: A Novel" — 8 years ago
I purchased this book from the bargain shelves of Hastings. I have read the first chapter and I must say the only thing it has failed to do is intrigue. There were some humorous points (which is why I was pulled to the book), but I guess I shall give it a chance anyway.
A story about "I Like It Better When You're Funny: Working in Television and Other Precarious Adventures" — 8 years ago
An obscure book my mom bought me from The Dollar Tree for a WHOLEDOLLAR! I’m extremely curious about this one. It shall wait in line as well.
A story about "Diary: A Novel" — 8 years ago
Strangely went fairly hand-in-hand with “The Da Vinci Code,” which, at the time, I had just finished. Insightful quips, per usual. Read it. :D
A story about "Invisible Monsters: A Novel" — 8 years ago
Wonderful twists and turns with insight true to Palahniuk style. Highly recommended.
A story about "Choke" — 8 years ago
Been so long, I should read it again. :(
A story about "Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire" — 8 years ago
By far my favorite in the Harry Potter series. (That is pending the highly heralded book 6).
Sadly my least favorite of the Harry Potter series. A redundant, tedious, seemingly (at the time) rather irrelevant volume, but made wonderful movie material! (Or perhaps that was due to the talents of Alfonso Cuaron?)
Starting with The Hobbit, I read through the entire series and enjoyed the storytelling. They do, however, are tedious after a while until after reading through the songs which are SEEMINGLY irrelevant (unless you want to be COMPLETELY immersed in the world of Tolkien so deep you’ll never find your way back out). They are wonderful stories, though, and are recommended.
A story about "The Da Vinci Code" — 8 years ago
Both Angels and Demons and The Da Vinci Code stirred in me an interest in art history and history through art. The Da Vinci Code made me question the already questionable (for me) topic of religion and brought good points to the table. I can’t say enough about this book, so I’ll conclude with, ‘Intriguing, a must-read!’