Monday, April 2, 2012

Tell Me What to Read: April Edition

Tell Me What to Read


It's that time again! The time where I put one book selection for this month in the hands of my very tasteful readers. Who knows what this month will bring.

This feature is done at Everyday Reading.

You can recommend a book from any genre; however, I will not read erotica, or books with excessive language or sexuality. I will somehow get a hold of the book via the library, paperback swap, or the bookstore. Then, I will read the book and post a review. Please check out my Goodreads page to see the books that I have already read. If I pick a book that I've already read, I will select a new one. Oh, and only one suggestion per person please. Otherwise my brain might melt. You can pick books that haven't been released yet, but be aware that I may not have a copy.

Leave your suggestion in the comments. I will select the book on April 8.

12 comments:

  1. The Chosen One by Carol Lynch Williams

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  2. I would suggest Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi! I think it's such a unique book, and the author is so amazing and funny.

    -Aneeqah @ My Not So Real Life

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  3. I'm going with an old favorite (adult, classic, so it might be a bit outside your usual fare) Precious Bane by Mary Webb.

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  4. Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta. It's pretty confusing for the first 100 pages, but it is an absolutely BRILLIANT book.

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  5. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

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  6. The Geek Girls Guide to Cheerleading. Fun and perfect read for this time of the year!

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  7. I see you have Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins on your TBR. It's a really great read. =)

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  8. I see that you read Anna and the French kiss but didn't see Lola and the boy next door on there. That is my pick.

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  9. Have you read The Eyre Affair by Jaspe Fforde? You really should, if you haven't already.

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  10. Another vote for Shatter Me.... I'll read along with you, it is on my TBR :)

    McKenna @ Young at Heart
    youngatheartbookblog.blogspot.com

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  11. Have you read anything by Heather Brewer? Her first series was The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod (five books in total and each book was better than the last) She now is working on a spin-off series The Slayer Chronicles and a completely unrelated series-The Legacy of Tril (first book is Soulbound and is due out this summer :) )

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