Abarat by Clive Barker
I got this one from BookPerk along with the other two in the series a while back and I'm just now getting to them. I'm really loving the imagery that Barker puts in his work. This is a lot more toned down that his other works that I have read, along more of a young adult theme than anything, but I am still really enjoying it so far. Its over 400 pages, but I find that its going really quickly!
Hazardous Choices by Joseph Rinaldo
I haven't read enough of this to have a definitive opinion yet, but the beginning is lacking for me, I won't lie at all. There's a lot of talk about football so far and I see very little hazardous choices, other than the mention that someone was in a gang. Don't get me wrong, I love football, but not enough to read about it. Anyway, its still very early, so I'm going to read more before I pass any sort of judgement.
What will I be picking up next?Next is Keeping Cooper by Sam Masone and then the rest of the Patterson books that I have. I'm trying to read a review request and another book at the same time, so after I finish Abarat, I think that I might actually pick up Catching Fire, the next book in The Hunger Games Trilogy.
What can you expect this week?++ Tuesday: New Release Tuesday
++ Wednesday: Review of The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
++ Thursday: Review of The Help by Katheryn Stockett
++ Friday: TGIF! Talking about where our books come from.
++ Saturday: This Saturday there probably will be an IMM vlog.
++ Sunday: The Sunday Salon
In case you missed it....++ New Release Tuesday, Birthday Edition!
++ Review of The Gunslinger by Stephen King
++ Review of The Stream: Discovery by Bill Jones, Jr.
++ TGIF! Where I talk about recommendations.