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the story of an invisible girl
9. The Sagan Diary, by John Scalzi (paper)- Doesn't quite count, given that it's a "novelette" not a full-sized book, but oh well I'm counting it anyway. Very quick read, about the thoughts of a character from his Old Man's War novel.

8. The Wedding Girl, by Madeleine Wickham (paper) - A fun chicklit story about a girl about to get married, but has a secret past that must first be resolved. The characters were alluring, and I read it in a (long) day.

7. Dance With Dragons, by George R. R. Martin (paper) - This one took me forever to finish. I liked it, and I still want to find out what happens to all the characters I like, but I wish he'd stop throwing in new characters and plotlines. I can't keep them all straight, and it makes me lose interest.

6. Here and Now, by Kimberla L. Roby (audio) - This book is categorized as "black romantic fiction", but could be just "fiction". It was the story of two sisters, now adults, each who envies the other for having what she wishes she could have. I enjoyed it.

Wow, more paper books than audio - first time that's happened in awhile! I guess it's because I was on vacation.


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marsgov From: marsgov Date: February 21st, 2012 01:47 am (UTC) (Link)
Even after the mass slaughter in book 3, which disposed of so many characters, if you put one these down for a bit and come back to it it's rough sledding.
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