Tuesday, 14 June 2011

What are you reading? #70

What are you reading on Monday? is a weekly meme hosted by Rachel at Home Girl's Book Blog where you post books completed last week and plans for upcoming books. Jump over to her blog and see who else is participating.

Books I've read this week

Wuthering Hearts by Kay Woodward
Children's 12+
(A fun modern take on the literary classic 'Wuthering Heights' [not that I've read it...].  I know the author (Kay) online, and the review will be in a few weeks time, along with a guest post!  Stay tuned...)

Passion by Lauren Kate
Young Adult, Paranormal
(This is the third book in the series [a fourth is out next year] and was mostly enjoyable. It gets both 8/10 and 2/10 grade.  Check out my review over at Cem's Book Hideout for an explanation on my split decision further...)

The Medusa Project: Double Cross by Sophie McKenna
(The plot thickens as the children with special abilities are on the run from their enemy, with the emotion jealously affecting the protagonist Nico.  Check out my review...and don't miss your chance to win!)

Seahorse Stars: The First Pearl
Seahorse Stars: First-Aid Friends
by Zuzu Siner
(I adore this new series by LA Weatherly under one of her many aliases.  To check out my reviews for each title, just click the title link above.)

Summer at Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs
Romance/Family saga
(Olivia discovers family secrets when she renovates her grandparents currently closed holiday camp.  Review to come...)

City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare
Young Adult
(Wow - this is a high-action book with a cliffhanger ending. Book 5 isn't out yet.  In the mean time, check out my review over at Cem's Book Hideout....)

Heart Magazine: A Dream Come True by Cindy Jefferies
(Having work experience in a fashion magazine office isn't as easy or fun as it sounds - a highly enjoyable read!  Review coming soon...)

Secrets at St Jude's: Drama Girl
Secrets at St Jude's: Sunshine Girl
by Carmen Read
Young Adult
(Funny and insightful reads about life at boarding school.  These never get old.  Both get 8/10 rating.  My review for the first title is now live over at Cem's Book Hideout...the second, still to come...)

Red's Wolf by PJ Schnyder
Paranormal Romance
(Another book in the series which started with 'Hearts Sentinel'.  It's a lot shorter than HS and not quite as action packed, but still a good read.)

Coming Home by Graylin Fox
Young Adult Paranormal
(A sweet tale of mending a heart after a tragedy.)

So, what have you been up to reading wise this week?  I'm all ears...

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