03 March 2013

Reading next #18 - it's a wrap

I finally made my way through my reading pile #18, I finished reading the last book from it on Friday and overall it was a good pile. Right now I'm down with a cold so I'm not in the mood to write short reviews on all the books. 

My favourite books from my reading pile #18 are "The torn wing", "The unbecoming of Mara Dyer" and "Plague Town". And I added "Calculated in Death" spontaneously to my reading pile and of course the book also belongs to my favourites. :)

The seduction of Elliot McBride - Jennifer Ashley
historical romane, adult, #5 in the series
Plague Town - Dana Fredsti
paranormal, UF, adult, #1 in the Ashley Parker series
Eve & Adam - Michael Grant & Katherine Applegate
mystery, SciFi, YA, stand-alone
And only to deceive - Tasha Alexander
historical, adult, #1 in the Lady Emily series
The unbecoming of Mara Dyer - Michelle Hodkin
mystery, YA, #1 in the Mara Dyer series
The Dirty Girls Book Club - Savanna Fox
erotic romance, adult, #1 in the Dirty Girls Book Club series
From what I remember - Kramer & Thomas
contemporary, YA, stand-alone
The torn wing - Kiki Hamilton
paranormal, YA, #2 in the series Faerie Ring series
- book #1 in the series: The Faerie Ring
What Katy did - Susan Coolidge
children's novel
Etiquette & Espionage - Gail Carriger
steampunk, YA, #1 in the Finishing School series

Which good books did you read in the last two weeks?


  1. I've also read Calculated in Death, but for some reason, it was not as good as I am used to. Still a very enjoyable read of course. Elliot McBride is the 5th book.

    1. I guess it's normal that something like this happens with such a long series. I'm sure that you will love the next book.
      Happy Reading!

  2. I really hope you enjoyed this pile! I've been using a method similar to this and it really does seem to help with getting through books faster. Definitely less anxiety. :)

    1. Exactly! Ever since I started with my new method of picking out which books to read next I have become more relaxed about reading.




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