I made a really big list
I'm a list maker, as is probably pretty obvious by this feature. So of course I HAD to make an end-of-the-year list recapping all of the books I read in 2011. It's like a snapshot of reviews, but you can click on the titles to go to my full reviews.
I broke this up into seven posts (plus a guest post) that will go up throughout the day. Settle in, this is going to be a long one!
Ditched by Robin Mellom (review to come)
I laughed, I commiserated, I laughed some more. This is the book version of the high school romantic comedy movie.
Fortune's Folly by Deva Fagan (review to come)
Don't judge this book by it's awful cover. Really.
The Iron Druid series (#1-2) by Kevin Hearne
Hilarious. Absolutely HILARIOUS. I just...I can't even begin to describe how much I laughed.
Sleeping Beauty: The One Who Took the Really Long Nap by Wendy Mass
Rapunzel, the One with All the Hair by Wendy Mass (review to come)
Cute and funny, with surprisingly sweet messages. Rapunzel was better.
Goose Chase by Patrice Kindl
I never warmed up to the MC, but I was too busy laughing to care. An absurd, tongue-in-cheek take on fairy tales.
The Fourth Stall by Chris Rylander
The mystery, the Voice, the entire concept! This was fresh and fun.
Princess for Hire series (#1-2) by Lindsey Leavitt
It took me until the second book to really warm up to the MC, but I was immediately entranced with the pink sparkly world of princess subbing. I mean, pink sparkly princess subbing! Sign me up for that!
Babe in Boyland by Jody Gehrman
Sure "girl pretends to be boy" isn't exactly a new idea, but Gehrman gave it a fresh twist by writing scenes so funny I actually had to put the book down so I could laugh for a good few minutes.