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Notes from Mt. Bookpile

I'm not done with the Midwinter ARCs yet, but I'm getting close! Only 48 read this quarter... reviews are all over on Killin' Time Reading.

Biography
Sir Charlie Chaplin, Sid Fleischman

Children's/Young Adult
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda, Tom Angleberger
Ship Breaker, Paulo Bacigalupi
The Wide-Awake Princess, E.D. Baker
Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies, Andrea Beaty
Eleventh Grade Burns, Heather Brewer
Upstate, Kalisha Buckhanon
Starlighter, Bryan Davis
Kyle's Island, Sally Derby
Rules of Attraction, Simone Elkeles
The Midnight Curse, L.M. Falcone
Incarceron, Catherine Fisher
Faithful, Janet Fox
Will Grayson, Will Grayson, John Green
Hearts at Stake, Alyxandra Harvey
Moonshadow: Rise of the Ninja, Simon Higgins
Aries Rising, Bonnie Hearn Hill
The Popularity Papers, Amy Ignatow
Liar, Justine Larbalestier
The Carbon Diaries 2017, Saci Lloyd
Finnikin of the Rock, Melina Marchetta
Evermore, Alyson Noel
Smudge's Mark, Claudia Osmond
The Thin Executioner, Darren Shan
Anxious Hearts, Tucker Shaw
The Grimm Legacy and Enthusiasm, Polly Shulman
A Whole Nother Story, Cuthbert Soup
The Prince of Mist, Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Fiction/Literature
The March, E.L. Doctorow
The Quickening Maze, Adam Foulds
The Queen of Palmyra, Minrose Gwin
The English Teacher, Lily King
The Long Way Home, Robin Pilcher
Wench, Dolen Perkins-Valdez
The Girl with Glass Feet, Ali Shaw
The Help, Kathryn Stockett
Ladder of Years, Anne Tyler

Mystery
Watchlist: A Serial Thriller, Jeffrey Deaver
Eye of the Red Tsar, Sam Eastland
A Question of Belief, Donna Leon
Still Missing, Chevy Stevens
Hush, Kate White

Non-Fiction
Love in a Time of Homeschooling: A Mother and Daughter's Uncommon Year, Laura Brodie
31 Bond Street, Ellen Horan
Making Toast: A Family Story, Roger Rosenblatt


Science Fiction/Fantasy
The Prophecy, Dawn Miller
The Eternal Ones, Kirsten Miller

Books on Mt. Bookpile: 334
Added: 61
Net gain/loss: 13 gain

1 comment:

Jandy said...

It always impresses/surprises me that you know the exact number of books on Mt. Bookpile. I personally don't think I want to know!