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Hi there. Yeah, I’m still alive.
Lately I’ve been reading a consistent amount of books. However, I kind of have a problem. I’m reading too many books at once.
I started reading The Mrs Marridge Project by Pauline Fisk and got like 30 pages through when I was assigned Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers for my English class. I thought it went kind of slow at times but was still good in the end. It took me a while to finish it because it wasn’t that spectacular until like 200 pages in.
While in between those two books I got sidetracked (I just wanted something that wasn’t about the Vietnam war and killing–which is what Fallen Angels is about) so I started The Year of Secret Assignments by Jaclyn Moriarty. I really like it and how it’s presented. I got 30 pages into that one too.
I exchanged books with my friend Danny and guess what I got? Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.
Is it weird that I’ve never actually read the books? When they first came out I was like six. When the first movie came out I was ten and I went to the theatre to watch it and didn’t really like it. When the book really got hyped and the fandom was starting to peek, I wasn’t much of a reader. Recall that I don’t like fantasy much also, in books and movies.
But since I watch the fiveawesomegirls
so much and they blab about Harry so much, I gave in and started reading it. I’m about halfway done with it and I really like it. I see how things are shaping, I know there’s lots of space for a lot of things to happen. I’m glad I don’t remember any spoilers from anything. It’s so weird how Harry is 11 years old right now that I’m reading him, but when I think of Harry I think of Daniel Radcliffe and he’s so much older now. (Remember when Hermione/Emma Watson’s hair was a frizz-ball?)
After I’m done with that book I will read The Year of Secret Assignments and then The Mrs Marridge Project.
By the way, I finally have made a new review. I did it differently this time… I made a video review.
The review is for Naomi & Ely’s No Kiss List by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan
. Just click here
to watch it. I’m posting it on my wordpress site also. Leave comments on youtube or wordpress, I don’t mind where… Hope you like it!
Lastly, I would like for you guys to know that on Dec. 15th I will post some information regarding a contest of Lisa Schroeder‘s for her new book which is titled Far From You.
Check it out then. 🙂
Till next time,
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What have you read this week? What have you bought this week? 🙂