Archive for the ‘fantasy.’ Category

                    I guess I should’ve posted about all three together, but I didn’t plan on getting the other books so quickly.  With instant downloads on the Kindle, it’s almost too easy.  I think I liked the first book the best of the series, but they all […]

I already admitted to reading the first one, so… yeah, I kept reading.  I have now read 2 of 4 of the twilight series.  I wouldn’t be surprised if I end up reading all 4.  But not yet.  It’s like trying not to hear about Lost with all the movies coming out. I was warned […]

So, yeah, I read this.  Just the first one, not all four in a sitting like Wendy. 🙂  Unfortunately, I am probably compelled enough to read the second one.  It is a really quick and easy read, hence the attraction.  The characters themselves are pretty predictable and the love story slightly gushy for my tastes, […]

After having read this book a second time, it is still definitely in the running for one of my favorite books of all time.  It has slower parts, but as a whole it is almost like reading poetry.  It was originally written in Spanish and is one of the reasons I want to learn Spanish- […]

I started this series Memorial Day weekend and finished it yesterday. It is a series of 5 books. The premise behind the series is that the Greek gods and goddesses are real, still exist, and have affairs with people which produce  children, called demi-gods. In the first book, we are introduced to the hero, Perseus […]

So I read all 4 books of the Twilight Saga, Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn, in less than a week.  I started last Thursday and finished Tuesday.  Wow!!  I just couldn’t put them down! If you have heard anything about these books, your probably know that they are about vampires.  That was all […]

Now that I am on vacation, I can change my challenge to OneBookOneWeek!  However, this will not last long.  I have a theory with my reading habits.  It usually takes me a while to finish the first book whenever it is that I decide I have enough time in my life to tackle a book […]