I must say that I find television very educational. The minute somebody turns it on, I go to the library and read a book. --Groucho Marx

Friday, December 30, 2011

T.G.I.F. (20)

TGIF is a fun little feature hosted by Ginger @ GRead! Every week we re-cap what has happened on the blog plus Ginger asks a question for us to answer. This week’ question is: First & Last: What was the first book you read in 2011 and the last you finished in 2011? How do you feel about these books? Would you recommend them to other readers?



As always Ginger asked a very good question. And thanks to Goodreads this was an easy question to answer. 

The first book I’ve in 2011 was Once in a Full Moon by Ellen Schreiber it’s the first book in her Full Moon series. 

How did I feel about this book?
I thought this book was okay and honestly its seemed better suited for someone younger. I thought the characters were childish and I couldn't relate to them at all.  

Would I recommend this book to other readers?
To anyone out of middle school I would not. This book is best left in the hands of someone younger.

The last new book I’ve read in 2011 so far was His Purrfect Mate by Laurann Dohner its book two in the Mating Heat series. 

How did I feel about this book?
I love this book, the characters were great, the story line was good. It was a really good read. The main character didn't get on my nerves at all and trust me that doesn't happen often. I really enjoyed this book better than the first one where I wanted to punch people in the face.

Would I recommend this book to other readers?
Yes, this book was great. It was funny and sweet, with just the right amount of sexy. 

The Last book I’ve reread in 2011 is Magic Strikes by Ilona Andrews book three in the Kate Daniels series. 

How did I feel about this book?
I really love this book I’ve read it way too many times to count already. I'm in love with the whole series. The first two were good but this book is where things really got amazing.

Would I recommend this book to other readers?
Hell Yes! You have to read the whole series, trust me you will not want to put them down. This had everything I could want in a book. You don't want to miss this one. 



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5 comments:

  1. Hey! Oh, I almost cried (again) when I saw your header. Bookshelves! <3

    Kate Daniels is most likely one of the heroines I will still like when I'm 40. : D

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  2. Yay for ending the year with an amazing book!

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  3. The Kate Daniels series seems quite intriguing. And the cover you posted has a LION on it. That's already enough of a win for me!

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  4. hmm I wanted to read once in a full moon :( Magic strikes looks good. It caught my attention when it came out. great to hear you loved it so much.

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  5. oops forgot to add my TGIF http://www.christiesbookreviews.com/2011/12/tgif-1.html
    I'm also doing a couple giveaways :)

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