Top Ten Tuesday-The 10 Longest Books I’ve Read

Ah, the joys of being behind, she muttered sarcastically. I’ll blame it on the Columbus Day Holiday, which also happened to be Canadian Thanksgiving–Happy Belated to my friends north of the border!

Thanks to Jana for hosting. I like the fact that she says in her introduction that “you” choose to measure length. While I’m going to list the longest books I’ve read by page number, I just have to say that Justin Cronin’s The Passage (which is on the list) is the longest book I’ve ever spent time with. I chose to go audio on that and during my work commutes. I love the book, but that was a long, long, long time!

Observations: Two books with “Passage” as their titles! Only two of the novels don’t fall into sci fi/paranormal/fantasy category! Fun stuff.

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Seashell of Life

Getting this in just under the wire. Thanks to Rochelle for Friday Fictioneers! ūüôā

 

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Review of Like Never and Always

Like Never and Always by [Aguirre, Ann]

 

Like Never and Always

Ann Aguirre

Tor Teen

July 17, 2018


Blurb:¬†Liv Burnham thinks nobody knows Morgan Frost like she does, but a terrible accident pushes her down the rabbit hole where Morgan’s secrets hide and she’ll be lucky to make it out alive….

On a hot summer night, Liv, Morgan, Clay and Nathan are on the way home from a party in Clay’s convertible. Best friends dating brothers? It doesn’t get better than that. But the joyride ends in sudden impact, a screech of brakes, and shattering glass. On that lonely country road, four lives change forever. Continue reading

Review of Wintersong

Wintersong

S. Jae-Jones

St. Martin’s Press

February 7, 2017


All her life, nineteen-year-old Liesl has heard tales of the beautiful, mysterious Goblin King. He is the Lord of Mischief, the Ruler Underground, and the muse around which her music is composed. Yet, as Liesl helps shoulder the burden of running her family’s inn, her dreams of composition and childish fancies about the Goblin King must be set aside in favor of more practical concerns. Continue reading