Friday, August 13, 2010

Fragment Friday 1: Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater

Fragment Friday is hosted by James of Book Chic.

I hope you guys have enjoyed my first Fragment Friday! As you all may have noticed, up until this point I've been posting Adaptation Corner posts and/or Book Blogger Hop posts on Fridays. Starting this week I will no longer be participating in the Book Blogger Hop, but instead dedicate Fridays primarily to Fragment Friday or an Adaptation Corner post. I think this will lead to more substantial content on my blog. You also may have noticed that yesterday I posted my first audiobook review yesterday, and I wanted to ask if you all enjoyed reading it and whether or not you'd like to see more reviews specifically of audiobooks. I enjoyed writing this one, so if you all still want to read them I'll keep posting them. Feel free to let me know what you think either in the comments or via e-mail. Have a great weekend!

7 comments:

  1. Yay!! You vlogged. You are now required to do this every week. =)

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  2. I love Shiver! I just wanted to let you know that I think that you read a bit fast at some parts. But good job the the vlog - I haven't done one before so good job with those.

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  3. I just recently picked up a copy of this because I haven't read it yet. This chapter just convinced me that I need to bump it up on my list! Great video--I love your vlogs! :)

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  4. Thanks Gail and Jess! And Sandy, yeah, I know I read a bit too fast in some places, but that's something I'll just have to work on.

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  5. Thanks so much for participating! I really appreciate it. Shiver is a WONDERFUL book. Also, I am totally jealous of your bookshelves!! I spotted some Meg Cabot there- yay!

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  6. The other thing that really stood out for me in this story is the descriptions of the woods. They are described so beautifully and vividly and are such an amazing setting for this story, it wouldn't be the same without it.

    I will definitely read Linger, and now also Lament and Ballad, Maggie Stiefvater's other series about Faeries.
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  7. I loved this book. I recommend this book for readers young (though not too young -- might be a tad too much for the younger middle grade set) and old. If you haven't read it yet, go out and get yourself the paperback, it's just released. I doubt you'll be sorry.

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