Monday, 23 May 2011

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

IMWAYR is hosted by Sheila @ Book Journey and is a little round-up of the week for bloggers that read.

Books I've read:
Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism by David Nickle 4/5
I Left My Tent in San Francisco by Emma Kennedy 3/5
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins 5/5
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins 4/5
Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins 3/5
Frost Moon by Anthony Francis 1/5

Currently reading:
When God Was a Rabbit by Sarah Winman

Upcoming reads:
Mortal Remains by Kathy Reichs
The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness*

*I have learned my lesson after The Hunger Games and lined up the rest of the trilogy in case I get caught up in the the freebie prequel on the Kindle. Good thing it's another long weekend!

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I also blogged about:
Top Ten Minor Characters | The Art of Alice: Madness Returns | Fence Friday: Blog Edition | Incoming!

My A-Z of Mythology will be returning shortly, I just have to read another Canongate Myth before I post B!


  1. I left my tent in SF sounds interesting.

  2. Great selection. I read the first hunger games when it was newly released. Had to wait ages for all the others. Going to go back and read your review to see what you thought of them.

    Have only read the first three Kathy Reichs so far but really enjoyed them.

  3. When God Was a Rabbit--what an interesting title

  4. I LOVED the Knife of Never Letting Go and the whole Chaos Walking Series. It took me a few chapters to get past the dialog, but I got use to it and it just became natural to me. Enjoy!

  5. When God Was A Rabbit makes me curious!


  6. New follower! After becoming a Bones fan, I had to read the books that started it all. I've only read book one so far, but plan on reading them all. Very well written! Here's mine:

  7. I keep meaning to pick up the Hunger Games books but I keep forgetting and end up buying other books. I hope you enjoyed them. I hear they are great.

    Happy Reading!


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