Monday, July 03, 2006

Books Read 2006: Update

13. Holy Places: True Stories of Faith, Miracles, and Latter Day Temples, Chad Hawkins.
14. Almost Sisters by Nancy Anderson and others.
15. The Devil Wears Prada, Lauren Weisberger
16. The DaVinci Code, Dan Brown, (again).
17. The Fairhaven Chronicles, Book 4: The Thorny Path, Sharon Downing Jarvis
18. Little Girls in Blue, Mary Higgins Clark.
19. The Cat Who Dropped a Bombshell, Lilian Jackson Braun.
20. Predator, Patricia Cornwell.
21. Seventh Seal, Jessica Draper.
22. Rising Storm, Jessica Draper.
23. Final Hour, Jessica Draper.

That’s all I can remember right now. Any questions on the above, feel free to ask.

6 comments:

brittany said...

I remembered the book that I couldn't think of...My Sister's Keeper. It was very good. I also liked Mutant Message Downunder...

brittany said...

which on your list were your 2 favorites?

Alli said...

My aren't you ambitious?!

Tori said...

B-

I like all of the books I read for different reasons so it is hard to pick out my favorite two. Half of them are LDS fiction (expect for the first one of course) and the other half are from favorite authors. I did enjoy Da Vinci code for the second time, had to reread before seeing the movie. The Prada book was an enjoyable read, also read before seeing the movie (the books, of course were better than the movies) The only one I would not recommend was The Predator. I have always been a big fan of Patricia Cornwell and her characters but am just sick of the sickening plots and language she feels like she has to use. The last three books listed are LDS fiction about the last days before Christ comes based on the book of Revelation. Wow, is all I have to say if ends up happening that way. Scary and exciting all at the same time.

Boy, all you asked for was my favorite two...ha ha.

A-

Not ambitious, just obsessive about any free time I may have to myself.

Tori said...

Oh, Britt, I forgot. The Fairhaven Chronicles are about a Bishop in the South and all he encounters as a Bishop. You would probably be able to relate to a lot of it with Jake being the bishop. They are a great read!

Alli said...

I am struggling to just read my one book right now. What's my problem?!?!?