Post by Millergirl4 on Nov 7, 2011 10:57:25 GMT -5
I am reading a book about the Petit murders in Connecticut. That is the one about the doctor and his wife and their two daughters and the home invasion. It is quite frightening what they went through. The Dad (the only one who survived) was on Oprah last year.
I've only read one Laymen book but it was great - I forget about him.
I had never heard of him until Swampy told me about him. Now I'm trying to get all of his books. Quick easy fun reads!
I am reading the Hunger Games series. Very good. Reminds me abit of twillight how it is a tween series yet so very enjoyable. The Hunger Games movie is out in March. Can't wait.
I've heard a lot about those books. Are they vampire like as well?
I like to go to the thrift stores and look at the books sometimes. You never know what you're going to find there a buck or two. I found The Big Book Of Guilty Pleasures. It's just a stupid book of guilty pleasures and a little write up of each one. Everything from Big Macs to celeb trash magazines. It's a fun read, especially when you're brain isn't cooperating like mine is lately.
Post by Millergirl4 on Jan 19, 2012 12:55:40 GMT -5
The Hunger games isn't about vampires. It is sort of futuristic view of the world where the Americas no longer exist instead it is turned into 13 districts where there is famine and cruelness. Every year the president picks two kids (ages 12 - 18) from each district to compete in the hunger games which takes place in a gigantic arena made into some sort of environment. Only one will survive and then they are rewarded with food for them and their family for life. It is quite good and an easy read since it is meant for young teens. The movie comes out in March.
Post by Millergirl4 on Mar 14, 2012 7:26:46 GMT -5
I saw that at the book store and considerd buying it. damn!
Instead I got some cheesey books to bring to Cuba. I thought I'd try the whole Chelsea Handler series. She is funny. Also got 127 hours and the Rob Low book Stories I only tell my friends. The one I am reading now is by Forrest Griffin's Be Ready When The Shit Goes Down: A Survival Guide to the Apocalypse. I am laughing my ass off every night reading this one.