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Thursday, July 5, 2012

For the Love of Books

To me, reading these books was the equivalent of watching Paranormal Activity.  I loved it!  I truly enjoyed her writing style, and she establishes the characters so well that you don't ever want to say goodbye (I hope I am not alone in getting attached to characters in books). After I finished the first book, I didn't have a big urge to start book two... there wasn't really much left undone. I found out later that this was because it was written to be a standalone book and it later turned into a series.  Once I started the second book and all the creepy things started to happen, I was hooked and didn't stop reading until I finished the third (thank you Kindle for making that possible).  If you are in the mood for a hauntingly good ghost story, I highly recommend this series.


I also read Michael Pollan's Food Rules: An Eater's Manual.  I have read his other books and I love how straight forward and well-researched he is.  This little book is full of good tips to help you while at the grocery store or out to eat.  It is a very quick read, and if you like reading about food, you should check it out!


Have you read anything good lately? I am always looking for things to read, let me know!

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~Charlie

3 comments:

  1. I would be too scared to read these books. Especially since I do a lot of my reading at bedtime! I'm more into funny summertime reading right now. I'm currently reading One For the Money by Janet Evanovich. So far it's pretty entertaining.

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  2. Ah too scared to read those books haha. I've read the "Something Borrowed" series by Emily Giffin so many times and I just re-watched the movie, so I'm craving another reading session with the books!

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