Month: October 2016

Book Update:

I have decided to switch from “Imperial Women” to “The Good Earth”, as that’s more well-known. I didn’t start “Imperial Women” before switching. Also, I do not have a copy of “The Good Earth” yet, so the review will have to wait until a) I get the book and b) I read it. Sorry for the anticipated delay.

Book #10

I finished “Where the Red Fern Grows” on Monday, but apparently I am really bad at staying on track with reviewing. So, a date later than promised, here I am to give the next book. First I want to say that finally, after a bunch of mediocre, okay books, I finally got to read something amazing. Maybe I should just quit reading YA for this challenge. It never seems to turn out very well.

But anyway, the story, which I’m going to assume most of you know, was excellent. I’ve never been much of a dog person, but Billy, Little Ann, and Old Dan’s adventures were such fun to read about. The ending was naturally very sad. The only issue I had with this book was the lack of commas – a lot of times, a sentence that needed a comma wouldn’t have one. As a lover of Hamilton, I know how important commas are, so that bothered me, but the story itself made up for that.

The next book will probably take me a while…

A book you own but haven’t read.
A book that was made into a movie.
A book you pick solely because of the cover.
A book your friend loves.
A book published this year.
A book by an author you’ve never read before.
A book by an author you love.
A book at the bottom of your to-read pile.
A book with a color in the title.
A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit.
A book you started but never finished.
A book with a lion, a witch, or a wardrobe.
A book with a female heroine.
A book set in the summer.
A book of poems.
A book you learned about because of this challenge.
A book that will make you smarter.
A book with a blue cover.
A book you were supposed to read in school but didn’t.
A book “everyone” but you has read.
A book with a great first line.
A book with pictures.
A book from the library.
A book you loved – read it again!
A book that is more than ten years old.
A book based on a true story.

A book set somewhere you’ve always wanted to visit.

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This book is set in China. I’ve often said that if I were to tour the world, I’d go to China first. Not very practical, but I’ve always been a bit of a romantic. The font for this book is small, and it’s fairly long-ish, so I might take a while on it. I’ll try to post a review as soon as I finish it, rather than waiting around doing nothing for two or three days. 🙂