Sunday, May 16, 2010

Round Robin Reviews


Remember our Round Robin Reviews? They're coming back, and this time, you get to choose what the three of us here at STACKED will read and review.

The rules are simple: leave a comment with the book you'd love to see the three of us read and review. Just one title. It must be something we'd have access to but any genre or age level works.

We'll pull a random number on Friday and that's the book we'll read and review it within a month (we're hashing out a date, but we promise it'll happen in a month). If it's a book one of us has read, we'll ask the winning commenter to choose another title.

Good luck! Here's your chance to de-lurk as a reader if you've been hiding for a while.

12 comments:

  1. I'm going to recommend Rabbit Heart, which is perhaps the most ridiculous thing I've ever read. And I'll hope it doesn't win, but would encourage you to check out the back flap for some giggles.

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  2. How about Never Slow Dance with a Zombie, the title just makes me want to laugh..lol. I have heard mixed reviews about this one.

    I so wish I could go to BEA..I must save up money for next year!!!!

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  3. It's so hard to think of something you all wouldn't have read. . . how about "Savvy?"

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  4. I've love to see reviews of Francisco X. Stork's new novel, The Last Summer of the Death Warriors.

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  5. I'll throw out Patricia Briggs' "Moon Called".

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  6. What about Francisco Stork's new book, The Last Summer of the Death Warriors?

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  7. I am currently reading (and loving) Lady Macbeth's Daughter by Lisa Klein and would recommend that one to you all. But, if you've read it, you might consider doing a "twist," on your round-robin wherein everyone reads a different book in the same specific genre (for example, Lady Macbeth's Daughter is a YA retelling of Macbeth from a different perspective; so you could each read a retelling of Macbeth [ideally YA books], such as Something Wicked by Alan Gratz.

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  8. Blarg. Sorry I commented twice.

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  9. How about Gimmeacall by Sarah Mlynowski?

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  10. Shades of Blue by Karen Kingsbury

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  11. How about Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl. Why? Because I am almost finished and it is so great. Two teens locked in small town America unweaving the tapestry of their towns Civil War past. A community within a community has always existed there - just beneath the surface. It takes one beautiful outsider teen to bring everything to the surface. Gatlin will never be the same. Read it! lol Erin a.k.a. feistylibrarian

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  12. How about The Remarkable & Very True Story of Lucy & Snowcap by H.M. Bouwman?

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