Armchair BEA: Creme de la Creme

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Today, I am supposed to list all my favorite books that I read this year/looking forward to reading. I really wish I had something interesting to list, but I haven’t really read anything that could count as mind-blowing.

I am looking forward to reading more during the second part of this year and here are the books that I want to read:

  • Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L James books – because I just have to see what the hype is all about.
  • In the Classics genre, I am looking forward to reading Hard Times by Charles Dickens that I have waiting on my bookshelf.
  • I am also looking forward to reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Yes, I must be quite the only person in the planet who hasn’t read them yet. I am really looking for some light reading this year, something that suits me at this phase of my life.
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  • SD

    You aren’t alone. I haven’t read Hunger Games too. Same for Fifty shades of grey. But there are soooooo many books to read before I start with them. I am struggling with a Steinbeck book (The Grapes of Wrath) which I have vowed to complete but I keep dumping it even though it’s a good enough book and start reading other good books.

  • I pretty much devoured the Fifty Shades books. I know a lot do not like them but I enjoyed.

  • I only read The Hunger Games last year and am fixing to reread it for a group read in a forum I visit. I still haven’t gotten to the other two of the series, but I might try to work Catching Fire in afterwards, since I have an ebook omnibus copy.

  • I need to read more Dickens too…

    For light reading try the No 1 Ladies Detective series by Alexander McCall. Light and charming and set in Africa, which is cool because I learned a bit about Africa…

  • Oh my goodness! I hope you enjoy The Hunger Games! I’m scared to read 50 shades!

    Amanda

  • I loved the first 2 books of the Hunger Games. Really worth a read. I bought 50 Shades on Saturday. I don’t think it’s my genre at all but I want to know what the hype is about, like you.

  • I’ve read the first two of the Hunger Games series, and I’m hoping to get to the last this Summer. For a genre I don’t normally read, I’ve enjoyed them. I think what I like best is the ‘attack’ against the government which seems so very unjust.

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