Friday, September 19, 2008

Fall into Reading

Since Monday is the official start of Fall -- it is also the official start to Fall Into Reading over at Callapidder Days.

I have a small list going already of the books I checked out at the library last night (which now has self checkout! how long has it been anyway since I went to the library?!)

So, I will add books to this list. But here is my list "to-read" as of today:

  • Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade by Diana Gabaldon

  • "A" is for Alibi by Sue Grafton (heard about her for a while, so I thought I'd start at the beginning!)

  • Leota's Garden by Francine Rivers

  • Hunter by James Byron Huggins

  • Cain by James Byron Huggins

  • The Fourth Perimeter by Tim Green (anyone read any of his books? there are quite a few and they sound interesting....)

  • The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

  • I'd also love to read the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer, but they are all checked out.....

Looking forward to seeing what other folks have on their lists as well!!


That Girl said...

I've read all of the Sue Grafton novels. If I didn't get rid of them in the move, I'll send what I have. I've also read The Kite Runner and it was very good.

russandrebecca said...

loved the Kite Runner!

Teresa said...

I really liked Kite Runner, but I loved A Thousand Splendid Suns which was also written by Khaled Hosseini!

kalea_kane said...

Great list! Love Sue Grafton! I have read all of her books more than once.


Lindsay said...

That looks like a great list. I haven't read the Kite Runner but I have heard its a great book. I hope you have fun reading this Fall.

Katrina said...

Looks like a good list! I thought The Kite Runner was really good. I'll eventually be reading Twilight (and I'm sure, the whole series) as well -- it seems to be sweeping the blog-world!

Thanks for joining the challenge!

lela said...

I kinda wanted to read the Twilight series too, so I got on the hold list at the library. It seemed long, but now it's already ready for me to pick up.

And, I cried most of the way through the Kite Runner. An amazing book.