My Twentysomething Life

I Do, Make, Read, Watch, Eat…

July

A Homemade Year–Jackson Jerusalem Greer
This book was unfortunately not as good as what I was hoping it would be.
A Storm of Swords–George R.R. Martin
Book three is the song of ice and fire series.  This one was super long and not my favorite but had a lot of good plot twists and turns.
This Lullaby–Sarah Dessen
I really loved this book.  It was a quick read and I enjoyed the story.
Garlic and Sapphires–Ruth Reichl
I seriously loved this book!  It is about a New York Times restaurant critic having to go undercover to do her job.  It was a fun, entertaining read.  I recommend it to everyone!
Chef’s Story–Dorothy Hamilton
This book told the stories of 27 different chefs and how they got started cooking.  It was not as good as I was hoping it would be.
Simple Life Action Plan–Thom Rainer
Adam and I did this book as a bible study and we both really enjoyed it and learned a lot about ourselves
City of Bones–Cassandra Clare
This book was really exciting, and had a very original story.  I am intrigued and want to read the rest of the series.
Girl Time–Laura Jensen Walker
A celebration of girlfriends, but not really what I was expecting.
Dualed–Elsie Chapman
This book started out really slow, and I thought boring, but it ended very exciting.  So if you can get through the first 100 pages, it was worth it to me.
Mixed Bags–Melody Carlson
I really enjoy Melody Carlson and her storytelling ability, this is just a fun book.
Cross My Heart and Hope to Die–Sara Sheperd
Another lying game book and just as good and suspenseful!
A Feast for Crows–George R.R. Martin
This is the first Song of Ice and Fire book that I have really not liked.  You could say hated.
The Dinner–Herman Koch
This was an interesting story that kept you guessing throughout.
Space Wolf–William King
Adam asked me to read this.  It was pretty good.
Fahrenheit 451–Ray Bradbury
This was a really good read.  I know, I can’t believe it took me until now to read it either.
A Wrinkle in Time–Madeline L’Engle
This book was a good, quick read and had an interesting story.  It was one of Adam’s favorites growing up.
Celebration of Discipline–Richard Foster
This was a really good read for my quiet time.  I enjoyed it.
Catching Fire–Suzanne Collins
Seeing the trailers made me want to read this again, for the sixth time.  It is definitely one of my favorite books ever!

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