Thursday Thirteen – 03

Thursday 13

Thirteen Books I read in 2011

These are some of the books I read last year. Some are adult, but most are YA. So, in no particular order…

  1. Marked: PC Cast
  2. Hallowland: Amanda Hocking
  3. Twilight: Stephenie Meyer
  4. Witch and Wizard: James Patterson
  5. Portal: Imogen Rose
  6. Fang: James Patterson
  7. Hunger Games: Suzanne Colins
  8. My Blood Approves: Amanda Hocking
  9. Betrayed: PC Cast
  10. Chasing Fire: Nora Roberts
  11. The Search: Nora Roberts
  12. New York to Dallas: JD Robb
  13. Breakout: Nina Croft

Did y’all read some good books last year?

9 Responses

  1. Of the books on your list, I’ve only read Twilight (at my niece’s insistence), and that was a few years ago.

    However, I’ve read several excellent books this year, including 11.22.63 by Stephen King and several cycling biographies. I’ve got a lovely to-be-read pile building up, as well.

    I can’t wait to get some uninterrupted reading “me” time soon! šŸ™‚

    Happy TT!

    • I’m too scared to read any Stephen King!

      And yes, my TBR pile for this year is steadily rising, LOL.

      Thanks for visiting!

      • Don’t worry – not all Stephen King is scary! 11.22.63 isn’t scary at all, but it’s still a great read. Ask around – I’m sure there are plenty of folks who can give you a list of his not-scary books to enjoy. šŸ™‚

  2. I read the whole Hunger Games series. Once I got started I couldn’t stop.

    • I haven’t read the other ones yet. I wasn’t really satisfied with the first book, and I have a REALLY hard time reading 1st person present, so…I’m kind of on the fence. I’ll probably give in though. šŸ˜€

  3. I read the Hunger Games. It was good enough that I had to buy the next two and read them also. I just finished Fair Game by Patricia Briggs last night and really enjoyed it.

    • I’ll probably have to read them. I don’t like things left undone!

      Glad you got to finish a good book last night. Hope you find more!

  4. I’m so behind on the reading!!! Great TT.

    • Oh, me too, Jen. I’m terribly, terrible behind! Most of the books on my list came out years ago, and I only got to them last year. But I’m trying to read more!