Saturday, January 1, 2011

Support Your Local Library Challenge 2011

I am once again taking part in the Support Your Local Library Challenge hosted by Home Girl's Book Blog (formerly J Kaye's Book Blog).  My goal is to read 50 books borrowed from my local library.  Last year I surpassed my goal and hope to do so again this year.  I will post my books here as I read them.

1.  "Radiant Shadows" by Melissa Marr 340 pages
2.  "Wintergirls" by Laurie Halse Anderson 278 pages
3.  "Vampire Academy" by Richelle Mead 332
4.  "Once Dead Twice Shy" by Kim Harrison 232 pages
5.  "Grave Secret" by Charlaine Harris 306 pages

6.  "Dead in the Family" by Charlaine Harris 311 pages
7.  "Dreamfever" by Karen Marie Moning 388 pages
8.  "Fear Nothing" by Dean Koontz 391 pages
9.  "Paranormalcy" by Kiersten White 335 pages
10. "Dark Song" by Gail Giles 292 pages
11. "A Bone to Pick" by Charlaine Harris 222 pages LP
12. "The Hunter's Moon" by O.R. Melling 283 pages
13. "The Night Bookmobile" by Audrey Niffenegger 40 pages
14. "The Glass Castle" by Jeannette Walls 288 pages
15. "The Reckoning" by Kelley Armstrong 391 pages
16. "The Final Warning" by James Patterson 256 pages
17. "The Haunted" by Jessica Verday 467 pages
18. "Real Murders" by Charlaine Harris 230 pages LP
19. "The Dark Divine" by Bree Despain 372 pages
20. "Beautiful Darkness" by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl 503 pages
21. "Spider Bones" by Kathy Reichs 302 pages
22. "Somewhere Inside" by Laura Ling and Lisa Ling 470 pages LP
23. "Glass Houses" by Rachel Caine 256 pages
24. "Dead Girls Dance" by Rachel Caine 256 pages
25. "Shadowfever" by Karen Marie Moning 608 pages
26. "Seize the Night" by Dean Koontz 443 pages

27. "The Eyes of Darkness" by Dean Koontz, 384 pages
28. "Grave Sight" by Charlaine Harris 293 pages
29. "Prom Nights From Hell" by Meg Cabot, Kim Harrison, Michele Jaffe, Stephenie Meyer, Lauren Myracle 184 pages

30. "The Frenzy" by Francesca Lia Block 122 pages
31. "Nightshade" by Andrea Cremer 289 pages

32. "Vacations from Hell" by Libba Bray 156 pages
33. "Nightfall" by L.J. Smith 359 pages
34.  "Plum Lovin" by Janet Evanovich 164 pages (AUDIO

1 comment:

Espana said...

I have read almost all of Dean's books. Many are very good, and this was right up there with the best. The story starts slowly, with the usual in depth character development that Koontz is so famous for, then really takes off. Once it gets going it never stops. I couldn't put it down once the action started. Fast paced and on the edge of your seat chases and twists. You are left with an ending that left me a bit teary eyed because you felt so good how things turned out.

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