Friday, December 9, 2011

Follow Friday

The Follow Friday Question is:
Q: Keeping with the Spirit of Giving this season, what book do you think EVERYONE should read and if you could, you would buy it for all of your family and friends?

I think I would choose Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld or Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson. Both are awesome innovative books that have lots of adventure and good characters.

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Grace Fonseca said...

Great choices. I have not read Leviathan yet, but heard it's very good. Come visit me as well.

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Laura said...

Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog. I haven't read either of these books but I have to give them a try. I'm following you back.

Molly Gibson-Mee said...

Brilliant choice! Leviathan is awesome read!

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Howard Sherman said...

I promised a couple of fellow book bloggers I wouldn’t “machine gun” my Follow Friday posts on the blogs I visit but this week’s Follow Friday has inspired me to make an important exception.

The book I think everyone should read is a work of non-fiction called The Four Hour Workweek. The thing is, the book is very well written and entertaining so it reads like a work of fiction. What the book can do to enhance your life and change the way you live day by day seems unbelievable on its face which might mark it a legitimate work of fiction for the skeptics out there.

If you read this work of non-fiction and really follow the advice it gives and apply the insights you’ll gain, your life will read like a modern tale fairytale.

I encourage, implore and even insist you follow me back to my book blog so you can find out why I think EVERYONE should read The Four Hour Workweek –


Howard Sherman

Alison Can Read said...

Hopping through. I keep meaning to read Leviathan. I have it but haven't gotten to it yet.
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Giselle said...

I Love Scott Westerfield's Uglies series! I haven't read any of his others yet though but I plan to.

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Joe Vasicek said...

Well, not counting religious books, I would say The Neverending Story by Michael Ende. On the surface, it's the story of a young misfit schoolboy who gets transported to a fantastical world within a magical book and learns what he needs to overcome his challenges and be somebody, but REALLY it's about the power of fiction and how it teaches us to truly love one another. I read it for the first time in fourth grade and it has been my favorite novel ever since.

Gamila said...

Thanks for the comments! I'll have to put some more interesting books on my TBR pile.