Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Weekly Geeks!

This week's Weekly Geeks is to catch up on your reviews. This is a repeat from last summer, when I also participated.

The rules are this:

I tell you all the books I've read but haven't reviewed yet, and then you ask me questions about the books, and then when I review them, I'll answer your questions.

Embarrassingly enough, you'll notice that there are several titles on this list that were on the one last year, too. Because I'm that behind... oiy. (72 unreviewed titles! SEVENTY TWO! Obviously, I need your help!)

The date refers to when I read the book. I'll also say that I actually have written reviews of many of the more recent books I've read, I just haven't posted the review, but if you have questions, I want to hear (well, read) them!

April 2007

Junie B Jones, Dumb Bunny Barbara Parks
From a Crooked Rib Nuruddin Farah
Special Topics in Calamity Physics Marisha Pessl
Exit A Anthony Swofford
Midnight at the Dragon Cafe Judy Fong Bates
Name Me Nobody Lois-ann Yamanaka

May 2007

Chicks with Sticks: Knit 2 together Elizabeth Lenhard

September 2007

Drina Dances in Paris Jean Estoril
Drina Dances in Madiera Jean Estoril
Drina Dances in Switzerland Jean Estoril
Drina Dances on Tour Jean Estoril
Drina Ballerina Jean Estoril

January 2008

Murder of Bindy MacKenzie Jaclyn Moriarty
Spell Book of Listen Taylor Jaclyn Moriarty
Regarding the Bees Kate Klise

February 2008

Tithe Holly Black

April 2008

Shopgirl Steve Martin

July 2008

An Order of Amelie, Hold the Fries Nina Schindler and Robert Barrett

August 2008

Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds Paul Zindel
Feeling Sorry for Celia (reread) Jaclyn Moriarty
Year of Secret Assignments (reread) Jaclyn Moriarty
Toning the Sweep Angela Johnson
Nothing but the Truth (reread) Avi
Cathy's Book If Found Call 650-266-8233 Sean Stewart and Jordan Weisman
Shooter Walter Dean Myers
Regarding the Fountain (reread) Kate Klise
Princess Alyss of Wonderland Frank Beddor
Middle School is Worse than Meatloaf Jennifer Holm
The Specialists: Winning Element Shannon Greenland
The Specialists: Native Tongue Shannon Greenland

October 2008

Hatter M Frank Beddor

December 2008

Tales of Beedle the Bard JK Rowling
Token Alisa Kwitney and Joelle Jones

February 2009

Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks E. Lockhart

March 2009

Theodosia and the Staff of Osiris R. L. LaFevers
Into the Wild Sarah Beth Durst
Secret Order of the Gumm Street Girls Elisa Primavera
Red Poppies Alai

April 2009

Gold Lady Grace Cavendish
Sisters Grimm: Everafter War Michael Buckley
I Want Candy Kim Wong Keltner
Racketty-Packetty House Frances Hodgson Burnett
Moon Opera Bi Feiyu
Bluford High: Lost and Found Anne Scraff
Got Fangs? Katie Maxwell
Beacon Street Girls: Worst Enemies/Best Friends Annie Bryant
Repossessed A. M. Jenkins
Oh.My.Gods Tera Lynn Childs
Celebutantes: On the Avenue Antonio Pagliarulo
Tender Morsels Margo Lanagan
Frog Princess E. D. Baker

May 2009

Hunger Games Suzanne Collins
Coldest Winter Ever Sister Souljah
Hotlanta Denene Millner and Mitzi Miller
Secret Life of Samantha MacGregor: Bad Connection Melody Carlson
The Poison Apples Lily Archer
Chosen One Carol Lynch Williams
Confessions of a Triple Shot Betty Jody Gehrman
Golden Jennifer Barnes
The Season Sarah MacLean

June 2009

Forest of Hands and Teeth Carrie Ryan
Sucks to Be Me: The All-True Confessions of Mina Hamilton, Teen Vampire (maybe) Kimberly Pauley
Dead is So Last Year Marlene Perez
Sister Wife Shelley Hrdlitschka
Don't Judge a Girl by her Cover Ally Carter
Fever, 1793 Laurie Halse Anderson



Kim (Sophisticated Dorkiness) said...

I just recently read Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Bank. So, my question is whether or not the book ended the way you expected it to? That'll be hard without spoiling the ending, I suppose, but maybe you can just talk about it in code or something for everyone who has read the book.

pussreboots said...

I enjoy the Junie B Jones series. How does the Cracked Egg hold up against the others in the series?

Sherrie said...

Is Theodosia and the Staff of Osiris R. L. LaFevers the first in this series? I have never read a Junie B. Jones book. Would you recommend these books for an adult reader? Have a great day!


Trisha said...

Tithe is touted as a modern day fairy tale. Do you think this is an apt description? Why or why not?

Bart's Bookshelf said...

What did you think of the fey lore developed in Tithe?

Weekly Geeks: My List of Books Needing Questions...

Eva said...

Some readers I know think Tithe was too dark...what do you think?

Did you think Tender Morsels was a happy or sad book?

Have you read Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson? If so, how does it compare to Fever?