Thursday, February 10, 2011

hey book worm... slither down my way

... K most ridiculous title ever. 
But anyway, along with my music suggestion request (see post below) 
what are some good books you guys would recommend for the ridiculously long trip ahead?!?! 
I should have done this sooner but whatev.
I love hearing what you guys have to say! 

12 comments:

Jessi said...

I don't know if you're into fantasy books, but The Alchemyst by Michael Scott is an easy read but it's fun. That one was recommended to me by quite a few people.

posidanielle said...

I unfortunately don't have any must read books because lately I haven't gotten a chance to read any...so I will be staying tuned to see what people suggest.
I hope you have a fabulous day beautiful!

*S said...

Here are a few suggestions for you lovely...

-eat. pray. love.
-hunger games series.
-water for elephants.
-anything by nicholas sparks.
-anything by janet evanovich, but preferably the stephanie plum series.
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Ashley said...

Oh I love reading things that inspire my life...I need to read more though, kinda gotten away from it!
One in a Million by Priscilla Shirer
Blue Like Jazz by Donald Miller
Cold Tangerines? I don't know who its by, I haven't read it yet but heard its amazing!
Crazy Love by Francis Chan!

Miss K said...

I love to read! Let's see....
-The Princess Bride
-Little Women
-The Glass Castle
-Something Borrowed
-Something Blue
-the True Blood books

grace said...

http://thewhati.blogspot.com/2010/12/whatwe-want-you-to-read.html

its all right there girl!

amanda said...

anything james patterson! He's amazing!

also,perks of being a wall flower was really good! :)

Leslie said...

The Help by Kathryn Stockett
Something Borrowed and Something Blue by Emily Giffin
and Any of Elin Hildebrands books are great!

Megan said...

The Other Boleyn Girl!

Shalyn said...

I loved the hunger games series and I am number 4 is coming out in theaters soon so I am picking that one up later this week- I hear its amazing!

-Mallori said...

I don't know if you got this recommendation on Kendra's site, but the House of Night series is a pretty good young adult series. It's set in Tulsa and the first book is "Marked."

-Mallori said...

in response to your comment on my post today:

honey dear, I think YOU are the one who is better at seizing opportunity! I mean, come on, AUSTRALIA. That is one thing I wish I had done (study abroad); but I'm also hoping to eventually be a traveling nurse. So in a way it'll kind of be the same thing. Only maybe better because of no tests?

I can't wait to read about all your Australian adventures! :)