Thursday, May 28, 2009

Woman Seeking Book

26 year old white female in need of a few good page turners. Preferably Novels. They may contain long walks on the beach, humor, intelligence, the outdoors, fishing, adventure or mystery. (No Jane Austin please). If any suggestions, please leave a comment.




8 comments:

Julie said...

i have these if you want, they are favorites of mine...
Book of a thousand days by shannon hale,
Cofessions of an ugly step sister by Gregory maguire,
These is my Words

The looking Glass Wars by Frank Beddor... very good

we also have some by david baldacci and one calles the secret life of houdini

stop on by after 12:30 today!

Amy said...

I will have to put you in our book cycle. We rotate books through the Jensen fam. Let me know if you want in. They aren't very "deep" books, mostly murder, mystery, and such.

Jenny in Utah said...

Last week I caught a segment on Studio 5 about good summer reads - there is a list of 10 that look to be good, we might do the Guernsey one in book club.

Here's the link to the list: http://studio5.ksl.com/?sid=6502355&nid=71

Jarom and Heidi Taylor said...

Okay so this book is kind of hard to get into, but it turned out to be one of my favortie books. It's called Pope Joan, i'm not sure who the author is. Also the secret life of bee's is an awesome one.:)

Ryan and Heather Bartron said...

One of my absolute favorite books is The Miracles of Santo Fico by Dennis L. Smith.

Felicia H. said...

I am reading the Fablehaven series right now and they are really good.

Brett And Tiffani said...

Don't know what you're into reading, but I love anything from Nicholas Sparks. I have the Confessions of a Shopaholic series, those are fun. I also like and Author named Emily Giffen. Hope that helps.

Jake and Becky Veigel Family said...

Kimmy, I can always recommend books! I actually just finished a great mystery called "The House on Tradd Street" by Karen White. It's got a sequel coming out in Nov and I can't wait. I also really like "Sorcery and Cecilia" by Patricia Wrede and Caroline Stevermere. If you're into something a little more "real-life", try "Poisonwood Bible" by Barbara Kingsolver" or "Charms for the Easy Life" by Kaye Gibbons. Hope you enjoy one of these! -B