So good, I can't put it down!!

United States
February 22, 2007 10:39am CST
So what are you reading right now? Is it any good? Is it so good you can't put it down? Give us a plot summary if you'd like. I'm always on the hunt for a new book to read. Right now I'm reading a young adult book called, "The Faerie Path" by Frewing Jones. I bought it for my daughter, but she was still reading another books, so I started reading it. It's a story about a young girl who on her sixteenth birthday discovers that her entire life has been a sham, and she is in fact daughter of Oberon and Titania, king and queen of the Faerie Realm. Her mysterious disappearance from Faerie over 500 years before is hardly a memory to her, and as she rediscovers her true identity, she realizes she has to leave the life she loved in the human world behind. It's pretty good stuff! I think my daughter will love it!
4 people like this
11 responses
@Trinka26 (171)
• United States
26 Feb 07
I recently read "The Tenth Circle" by Jodi Picoult. I got very involved with the characters and was almost sad when I finished the book!
• United States
26 Feb 07
I love it when a book is that good. When you feel so close to the characters you feel like you're leaving them behind when you finish the boook. That's a good book!!
• United States
26 Feb 07
i'm reading The Second Summer of the Sisterhood by Ann Brashers. I do like it a lot. It would be so good that i can't put it down if i weren't on mylot. lol. i have read quite a few pages i'm already half way through it and i've only had it since the 20th of this month. The only book i've read completely though is The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. So I thought I'd like the 2nd one. After that i will be reading the 3rd and 4th.
1 person likes this
• United States
23 Feb 07
The book I'm reading right now is called"Seizure" by Robin Cook.There three characters involved.Senator Ashley Butler,Dr.Daniel Lowell,and his partner Stephanie. Daniel is tring to get funding for what is something similar to stem cell research-which help millions of ill people- but is being thwarted by Sen.Butler til butler finds out that he has Parkinson's disease which is progressing rapidly.Butler decides to allow daniel to use him as a guinea pig but only secretely.In the meantime,Stephanie's brother -thinking she is trying to get out of repaying him for a 100,000 dollar loan(which she isn't)sends a bunch of goons after her and butler.The procedure is done but butler begins to have very bad,bizarre seizures.Can't wait to find out what happens!
1 person likes this
• United States
27 Feb 07
That sounds really good. I may have to check that out. Right now, I'm reading Stephen King's latest about Lisey, PD James Children of Men, and Magic Study by Marie Snyder. King's book is going slow like most of his latest work. Children of Men is sci/fi that inspired that movie with Clive Owen. I think it's interesting and a quick read. I'm really enjoying Magic Study. It's the second book in a three part Study series. The first one was Poison Study. They all deal with the same protagonist who is learning to deal with her tramatic past and surviving and moving on. It's a fantasy with a bit of romance in it set in a medieval period. You might want to check that out and save for your daughter when she gets a bit older.
• United States
27 Feb 07
PS It should be Maria Snyder. Sorry.
• United States
3 Aug 07
I'm reading the latest book L8r,G8r and love it!1 The concept of the book is that it is all in IMs which makes it even more cool. I suggest the whole series of books to anyone.
@slaveeva (213)
• United States
9 Jul 07
My daughter just finished reading the "The Faerie Path" While reading it she would stay up until midnight and not go to bed until I told her. Sometimes I would go in her room to find her light on and her asleep. It must have been good. After she finished the book she was upset. When I asked her why she said that it was a seires or it ended in that form and she is mad because she doesn't know what the second book was called. It was funny and cute. If your daughter loves to read then she just might love it.
@wayz12 (2059)
• United States
9 Jul 07
I'm currently reading Dark Lover by JR Ward, the first of her The Black Dagger Brotherhood. Its about a group of vampires that serves as protector of their kind from extinction. Its mainly a romance series with a touch of gothic and action. Very edgy, highy sexy and ultimately entertaining. The male protagonist is very much an alpha male and the female is no slouch either. The action is fast-paced and it kept me riveted. I'm looking forward to reading more of the series. If you like romance novels with vampires in it, you will enjoy this one.
• United States
7 Jul 07
I have been reading the Gossip Girl book Series and it is awsome. I highly recommend it
@emeraldisle (13158)
• United States
28 Feb 07
Right now I'm re-reading the Donovan Legacy by Nora Roberts. Each book deals with a different cousin who is a hereditary witch, each one with different powers. They are romance books that deal with how the cousins handle the rest of the world. It's nice because the cousins are both male and female. So it's not just the women who are witches. Very good series over all.
@xParanoiax (7005)
• United States
27 Feb 07
Well right now I'm reading "What's your Wicca IQ?" my Laura Wildman. Nonfiction. For about the fourth time lol. And after that I'm going to read Abby Cooper: Psychic Eye by Victoria Laurie..which is basically about this psychic who gets wrapped up in a murder which involves one of her clients. Only she's a real psychic and the killer goes after her, it turns out her new boyfriend's the cop on the case and he has a hard time with the fact she's a psychic..blah blah. It's pretty cool, the author's a pro psychic who's made a good career working with the police..so she based her character off of herself..so, me being the book-lover that I am with my collection of sci-fi, fantasy, and supernatural thrillers among other things like it lots lol. This'll be the second time I've read it.
@jbrowsin66 (1322)
• United States
26 Feb 07
I read Alas, Babylon a while ago. It's about a town that finds out that an a-bomb was set off far away from them, but they are left with no electricity, etc. and somehow have to survive. Geez, would we know the first CLUE about what to do!!! This was an interesting book. The author is Pat Frank.