The Body Finder, The Hunger Games trilogy (I know; sad that I haven't read them yet, huh?), The Chicago Manual of Style, Hooked. That's what I would buy.
Ooops, I think that was 6.
Oh dear. I have a hard time keeping myself at five when I'm technically broke. Um. I'd get Linger, because Shiver made me weak with jealousy. I'd buy the next two after Hunger Games because I've yet to read them despite LOVING (LOVING!) Hunger Games. And I'd save my last two selections - one for the upcoming Chelsea Cain novel (love her) and the other...for yours :-D
The latest by Steig Larssen, Philippa Gregory, Jen Lancaster, Louise Penny and Nancy Atherton.
I just bought/downloaded several books actually. These were the top 5 on my list:The Help by Kathryn StockettHalf Broke Horses by Jeanette WallsThe Weed that Strings the Hangman's Bag (the next Flavia de Luce story - yay!) by Alan BradleySh*t My Dad Says by Justin HalpernThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson
Hmm! I've read many books this summer but I am at a loss for the next few reads. Thanks for the recomondations :)Loved "the Help" Also "Sarah's Keys"KEEP READING! such fun.
Russian Winter by Daphne KalotayNeon Angel by Cherrie Currie -- (I just can't help myself!)The Confessions of Catherine De Medici by C.W. GortnerKnuffle Bunny Free by Mo WillemsMy Mommy Hung the Moon by Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell
1)A History of The English Speaking Peoples since 1900 by Andrew Roberts2)The World Turned Upside Down by Melanie Phillips3)Operation Dark Heart by Lt. Col Anthony Shaffer4)Sacred Fire by Peter A. Lillback5a) A journey: My political Life by Tony Blair5b) The Roots of Obama's Rage by Dinesh D'souza
I'd buy those new books of my favorite authors... those that I usually wait until they've been out a while so that they're cheaper! Amazon guarantees that once a book has made the NYTimes bestseller list, it's only $9.99.
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