Thursday, March 19, 2009

Bad Bloggers - Take Seven, Part Two

So, I managed to read four library books, but I have ten to pick up! Hopefully I get some time to read this weekend...

Journey to the River Sea by Eva Ibbotson - Point for Rhinoa
Foundling by D.M. Cornish - I really don't know who to blame! Lots of good reviews...
An Incomplete Revenge: A Maisie Dobbs Novel by Jacqueline Winspear - Had this book before and had to take it back unread because the book before it got lost or something and someone wanted this one.
Chobits - Volume 3 by Clamp - Continuing on with the series
Perfect Girls, Starving Daughters by Courtney Martin - For Dewey's Challenge
Triangle: Imzadi II by Peter David - Wanted to read this book for forever and a day!
From the Beast to the Blonde: On Fairy Tales and their Tellers by Marina Warner - Been on wish list for years!
The Golden Phoenix, and Other Fairy Tales from Quebec by Michael Hornyansky - Nicola just reviewed this one...
Women Who Run With the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes - Susan mentioned this one on Sunday.
So Many Books, So Little Time by Sara Nelson - Someone reviewed this book recently, but I am so far behind in my blog reading that I am a bit overloaded at the moment!

Normally it takes forever for books to come in for me at the library, so I didn't plan to get quite so many books this week. I figured I would have to wait until at least next week for a lot of these. This is what happens when you play catch-up. The list that was finally under control gets dangerously out of control again!


  1. Thanks for reminding me about Journey to the River Sea! I've also wanted it since Rhinoa's review.

    From the Beast to the Blonde is EXCELLENT. It taught me so much.

  2. Oh, I bet you'll finish these before the weekend's even over! And I added Journey to the River Sea thanks to Rhinoa, too!

  3. Wow! That's a *lot* of books! Enjoy!

  4. I'm having a blog party. Come by.


  5. Nymeth: I think I have been waiting for Journey to the River Sea to come in at the library since Rhinoa's review. I am looking forward to read From the Beast to the Blonde!

    Debi: ha ha, I doubt it. It would be nice to read a couple of them, but I think my weekend is planned out.

    Cath: Thanks!

    Bluestocking: I will have to check it out.


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