I finally read To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
The Vincent Boys by Abbi Glines
The Hundred-Year-Old Who Climbed Out Through the Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson is a fictional book which follows the adventures and mis-adventures of its protagonist. So far this book has been translated to 29 languages and has been a best seller in many countries.
Ms. Pearce has successfully gotten inside the head of a fourteen year old girl and drawn an accurate picture of how adolescent females think; how they perceive their situations, the dynamics between themselves and the other people in their environment. All of us who have been young teenage girls remember how every problem in our life was a crisis of apocalyptical proportions, NO ONE understood us and NO ONE ever, ever, had the same problems we had. No one loved us, everybody hated us-let's run outside and eat some worms...drama, drama, drama.
Between Shades of Gray
My Book Review of Mad About The Boy by Suzan Battah. http://jerseygirlbookreviews.blogspot.com/2012/02/mad-about-boy-by-...
Hot on the internet, my latest review from Dorothy Dreyer at We Do Write:
My latest review is From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne
"All Jillian wants is to be accepted by the popular Princess Group. So why do all the dorky boys suddenly want to be her friend? What must a girl do to win friends and be accepted for once in her life"
Finally go around to reading and reviewing the second book in George R.R. Mrtin's Song of Ice and Fire series: A Clash of Kings. Damned good stuff...
"Baking Cakes in Kigali " by Gaile Parkin is a fictional story is about a woman named Angel Tungaraza, who herself is Tanzanian but is living in an International apartment complex in Rwanda due to her husband's job. Angel and her husband are raising their five grandchildren after the lose of their children and are two people who are putting on a hopeful front for their sake.
My quick thoughts of "Esio Trot" by Roald Dahl