Crazy for it over here, folks. Scott Westerfeld has me hooked on Tally Youngblood. Her character caught my eye right away. The way her mind works, the actions she takes, everything.
These books are just, gahh! :D Anybody find them as fascinating as I do? Or do I just not sit down and get my hands on a good book too often? Heh.
I'm new. :) I'm Anna and love classics, Elisabeth Elliot, Christian fiction, Ted Dekker, LotR & Narnia.
I was wondering if anyone here has read any books by Liz Curtis Higgs. Mainly The Lowlands of Scotland series? :) I adored all four books and am eager for discussion!
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Has anyone read this book? Wow... I'm still reeling about it. I rented it from the library yesterday, and finished it this afternoon. It's only about 100 pages, but it's quite a story.
So, if anyone's read it, let's discuss! I'm eager to hear your thoughts.
If you haven't read it, check it out. Like I said, it's only 100 pages and, although it's different, it's definitely interesting!
I just bought the book Mirror, Mirror by Gregory Maguire. I don't know if anyone has read any of his books, but he likes to delve into the "what could've/should've been" regarding fairy tales. This particular book is about Snow White, but he also has books about The Wicked Witch of the West, and the Ugly Stepsisters. I hope it'll be good, and with my new job this book will actually take some time to read, too!