November 21, 2008

Friday Finds {11-21-08}

mizb hosts this weekly event. Here are my latest Friday Finds.


  1. The Last Queen and The Tenth Case are the only ones I've heard about out of that list. Happy FF, here's mine.

  2. Sweetsmoke and Songs for the Missing went on my list last week! I'll have to check out the others on your list. Ain't it fun to feed each other's addictions??

  3. I'm reading Joseph Teller's book now. Awesome!

  4. Hi Kylee, I haven't heard of a single one of the books you listed! But I have a thing for the word 'labyrinth' so I checked The Rose Labyrinth out and it looks interesting. =)

  5. What a great list! I've just added Odd Mom Out and Rose Labrynth to my list - my lucky day, I think, because my library has both.

  6. Added Rose Labyrinth to next week's list.

    Mine's up:

  7. hi Kylee...
    I noticed that A Wrinkle in Time is on your TBR list.
    I really enjoyed all of Madeleine L'Engle's much so that I named my daughter after her..LOL

  8. Great list!! Sweetsmoke is one of my favorite books of '08. I wrote a good review and the author was nice enought drop me an email thanking me. I hope you enjoy it.

  9. A friend of mine just finished reading Sweetsmoke (which she got via LibraryThing's Early Reviewer program) and she loved it. I'm looking forward to reading The Last Queen, which I recently won in a giveaway.

    My FF post is here:


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