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The books I had planned to read on my Kindle over my holiday won't seem like they're going to get a look in now.
- The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer. E. Smith - I've seen a number of reviews for this on the blogosphere and at work, it's incredibly popular. The idea of it seemed interesting, especially as I love to travel myself. It's a book I didn't mind reading but I wasn't bursting to do so. I have started this one already and it's good so far, although I'm sorry but Oliver is not British. His mannerisms and language seems too American for me at the moment. And he said Paddington was in West London. IT'S IN CENTRAL LONDON. West London is where I live and I'm no-where near Paddington!
- Extras by Scott Westerfeld - Ironically, I was returning Specials when I found this in the library. Normally, I by-pass the adult fiction section and breeze into the Teen section. However, that day I decided to have a quick look in the adult section (mostly because the library has air-conditioning and it was hot outside). I found this under R which I found a little bizarre. And of course, this is the last book in the Uglies series! Finished it in a few months, this is great! Have a look at my reviews for the first books in this series - Uglies (review), Pretties (review), Specials (review).
- The Forsaken by Lisa.M. Stasse - Well, this was a surprise when it came through my letterbox this morning while I was munching on my cereal watching an episode of Glee. If you guys may remember, Lisa was in The 5 Questions (here) and when she asked me if I wanted a copy of her book, I never thought it would come from America! This is the US cover which I prefer MUCH more to the UK one. This has been getting some good reviews on the blogosphere so I may need to read this soon!
Check this out if you see it, Lisa is lovely and this looks like it's going to be a big book - the next Hunger Games.
Thank you Lisa again!
Have you read any of these? If so, what did you think?