What have you read this Summer?

Aug 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Book of the Month, Fandom, Featured Articles, Site News

This month we want to know what you’ve read this Summer, and whether you liked it!?!?!

Leave your book titles, authors and thoughts in the comments below!

8 Comments to “What have you read this Summer?”

  1. nicola says:

    Cosmopolis – strange but good
    Water for Elephants – fantastic and hard to put down
    On the road – hard to get into to start but then unput downable (not a word but u know wot i mean)
    East fo eden – good, can understand y Kristen loves this book
    Underworld – big
    The Sookie Stackhouse collection – amazing..very discriptive sex scenes – True Blood follows the books
    The Vampire Chronicles – Fantastic – read many times can read a book in a day (if u do nothing else)
    The Vampire Diaries books – Obviously good
    Henry the 8th
    Cleopatra
    The Twilight Saga
    The Summoning
    The Awakening
    The Reckoning
    Hush,. Hush
    and loads more

  2. Cassie says:

    A really great book I’ve read was Tiger’s curse by Colleen Houck. The sequel, Tiger’s quest was really good to. It is a really great couple of books. They definitely pull emotions out of you while reading. I’ve found myself laughing, crying, and even yelling at the boom as I read. I definitely recommended this series.

    • Krystal says:

      Kallie and I LOVE this series, Cassie! I just finished Tiger’s Voyage today and can say it’s just as good, if not better. The series makes me go through the same emotions as well. Kind of reminds me of the Twilight Saga in that regard. Happy reading!

  3. Heather says:

    The Black Dagger Brotherhood series (all nine of them!!!) by J.R. Ward. Very sexy vampire stories for adults only. Totally new take on vampires; they don’t feed from humans, only the opposite sex of their own kind.

    Some Sookie Stackhouse FanFic from Eric’s point of view.

    “Dani’s Story: A Journey from Neglect to Love” by Diane Lierow

    And currently I’m reading “Treasure Island” by Robert Lewis Stevenson as well as Ann Rice’s newest “Of Love and Evil”

  4. Tiana Allen says:

    American Vampire Series – J.R. Rain
    Before I Go to Sleep – S.J. Watson
    The Hollows Series – Kim Harrison
    Falling Under – Gwen Hayes
    Hunger Games Trilogy – Suzanne Collins
    Room – Emma Donaghue
    The Land of Painted Caves – Jean Auel

  5. Lyn says:

    HEY GIRLS!
    I’ve read

    10 things we did (and probably shouldn’t have) – Sarah Mlynowakis <—I don't know if I spelled it right
    (LOVED IT SO MUCH. IT WAS KINDA LIKE A TREE IF YOU GET WHAT I MEAN)
    Passion – Lauren Kate
    (This book was so confusing! I love the settings this book has but it kinda gets me thinking too much about the curse -if you read this book)
    The Evernight Series – Claudia Gray
    (I loved the series! Read almost all the books! I still need to get the last one!)
    City of Fallen Angels – Cassandra Clare
    (love it! not as exciting in the romance department but still good with the action and adventure and stuff)

    That's all I got to read :)

    I also would like to ask a question:

    Me and my friends are thinking about making a podcast for book clubs and our favorite books. We don't really know how to begin this though. We really can't decide how to record the podcast itself. It's all so confusing for us. Do you have any tips? It would be really helpful! PLEASE REPLY HERE: forthelove0fme@yahoo.com

  6. Rebekah says:

    I read so much this summer thanks to the recommendations from BookShelfBanter.com!

    = Wolves of Mercy Falls (trilogy) by Maggie Stiefvater
    = City of Fallen Angels (loved reading the letter Jace wrote to Clary) by Cassandra Clare. And by the way, I love love Cassandra Clare! She keeps her blog constantly updated and is always releasing teasers for upcoming books!
    = Wolfsbane by Andrea Cremer
    = Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins (loved this lighthearted escape – and it’s just one book)
    = Right now I’m in the middle of Shade by Jeri Smith-Ready and can’t put it down.

  7. Carly says:

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
    Something Borrowed
    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
    The Poisonwood Bible
    A Reliable Wife
    Something Blue – currently

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