Sunday Salon, take 2

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Oh, hi!  I have missed all you Sunday Saloners and I’m really glad to be back in the action, blogging and talking about books.  After a week or so of no blogging, I’m definitely behind on my reviews.  The good thing about this is that I can participate in that meme that was going around the last couple weeks where folks asked questions about the books that were going to be reviewed.  So here’s the list of books I’m going to review, and I’d absolutely love it if you would ask me some questions!  Pretty please?

The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
The Latent Powers of Dylan Fontaine by April Lurie
Paper Towns by John Green
Extras by Scott Westerfeld
An Acceptable Time by Madeleine L’Engle
The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga

Thanks guys!  Can’t wait to hear some of your questions.

PS.  Thanks to Eva of A Striped Armchair for pointing out that my internet freaked out and only published half the post!

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6 thoughts on “Sunday Salon, take 2

  1. Have you read East of Eden? How did it compare to Grapes of Wrath?

    Which John Green did you prefer?

    Was this your first time rading the L’Engle? If so, do you enjoy reading children’s book for the first time as an adult? If not, did you enjoy your reread?

    Did The White Tiger portray India as a place you’d want to visit or not?

  2. Have you read the other books in the Uglies Series by Westerfeld? If so, what did you think of the series as a whole?

    And along the lines of what Eva asked: Have you read Catcher In The Rye? and How does the Compare to Grapes of Wrath and East of Eden? If you have read it.

  3. 1.) how could you… (cringe cringe)… like GoW?!?!?!

    2.) why haven’t you posted the sugar burger thing by that author. E P I C .

    here is your proof. i feel so lame.

  4. What did you think of all the footnotes in Katherines? (Correct answer: they were awesome 😛 ) Serious question now, though: how did you feel about Colin’s anxiety about being “just” a prodigy? In which ways you think he’d changed by the end of the book?

    Paper Towns: what was your favourite scene? Without giving it away, what did you think of the ending?

    Looking forward to your thoughts on all of these!

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