Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Week 9 - It's Back to 25 Recs

Are you kidding me?  I thought I was done with 25 in a week.  But you guys keep coming up with highly-rated recommendations.  So, here's the next 25, with 2 new recommenders:  Joe Bolin and Cathy Schmidt, both avid readers.

Cynthia Copeland, Good Riddance, illustrated memoir of divorce - Estella's Revenge
J. Courtney Sullivan, The Engagement, love & marriage - Booking Mama
Abigail Haas, Dangerous Girls - All the Books I Can Read
Kendare Blake, Anna Dressed in Blood (#1), horror - Estella's Revenge
Kendare Blake, Girl of Nightmare (#2), horror - Estella's Revenge
Richelle Mead, The Golden Lilly, vampires & Magic - Tangled in Pages
Suzanne Hayes/Loretta Nyhan, I'll Be Seeing You, historical fiction - Bookfan
JoJo Moyes, Me Before You - Amused by Books
Myra McEntire, Timepiece, YA - To Be Continued
Fowler DeWitt/Rodolfo Montalvo, The Contagious Colors of Mumpley Middle School,
   mystery & humor, 7-10 year olds - Booking Mama              
Janice/John Spina, Louey the Lazy Elephant, illustrated - Sarah Mazor of Mazorbooks
Jason Mott, The Returned, contemporary fiction & fantasy - Under My Apple Tree
John Searles, Help for the Haunted, creepy - Bibliophile by the Sea
Maggie Stiefvater, Shiver, YA romance - Tangled in Pages
Robert Caro, The Years of Lyndon Johnson:  The Passage of Power (4th of 5), biography
   - Rhapsody in Books
Uma Krishnaswani/Abigail Halpin, The Grand Plan to Fix Everything (#2), middle grades -
   Booking Mama
Jesmyn Ward, Men We Reaped - Silver's Reviews
Ann Downer, Wild Animal Neighbors:  Sharing Our Urban World, animal & nature lovers,
   YA/adults - Bibliophile by the Sea
Floyd Cooper, Max and the Tag-Along Moon, picture book, young readers - Rhapsody in
Richelle Mead, Frostbite (#2, Vampire Academy) - All the Books I Can Read
Jess McConkey, The Widows of Braxton County, murder mystery, 1890 & 2012 - Silver's
Tom Burford, Apples of North America:  193 Exceptional Varieties for Gardeners,
   Growers and Cooks, reference - Bibliophile by the Sea
Sara Farizon, If You Could Be Mine, YA - Diary of an Eccentric
James L. Swanson, Manhunt:  The 12-Day Chase for Lincoln's Killer, non-fiction - Cathy
   Schmidt, reader
Barbara O'Conner, The Small Adventure of Popeye and Elvis, 8-9 year olds - Joe Bolin,

The bloggers who have the most entries this week are Booking Mama and Bibliophile by the Sea with 3 each.  You readers will obviously agree with the recommendations of some bloggers more than others.  Hopefully, some of these recommendations/recommenders will resonate with you.  As always, happy reading.

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