Feature and Follow #3

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This week's question: PHOTOBOMB!!!! Photobomb a picture with your favorite book. Share it of course.

So...as you can tell by the little "favorite books" tab right under the header, I have more than one favorite book! Unfortunately I don't own all my favorites (working on changing that - it's hard to find books by international authors though!).

 My books from top to bottom are:
 1)The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents by Terry Pratchett
2)The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
3) Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky
4)Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card
5)UnWholly by Neal Shusterman (standing in for Unwind, the first book in the series)
6) Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor

  • I don't own Unwind, so UnWholly (the second book in the series) is my stand-in for that. 
  • The little blue square has a quote from The Knife of Never Letting Go, and I plan on ordering the whole Chaos Walking trilogy ASAP. 
  • I don't own any of Melina Marchetta's books because they're so expensive but they all are amazing. My favorite of hers is Froi of the Exiles (book two in the Lumatere Chronicles). 
  • I can't seem to find my copies of Speaker for the Dead (Ender #2) or Ptolemy's Gate (Bartimaeus #3) - probably somewhere under the endless pile of overflow books that don't fit on my bookshelf!
  • While technically Days of Blood and Starlight isn't a favorite favorite book, I still loved it and Laini Taylor is one of my favorite authors, so I thought I'd include that one.

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  1. The Book Thief and Unwind are two of my favorites too! I love the way Shusterman wrote the parents in Unwind, not to mention THAT scene, you know the one. That was excruciating to listen to on audio, I'm still traumatized. Great picks, Great photo!
    I'm following you on Bloglovin

    Donna @ The Happy Booker

    1. Yay! Oh my goodness audio must have been really traumatizing. Reading it was shocking enough!

  2. Great pic! I had trouble picking just one book! (but it did) lol. Now following on bloglovin'

  3. I love the 1,3 and 6 books! New follower :) Check out my FF at www.myviewpointonbooks.blogspot.com

  4. I loved the Book Thief! I really need to read Ender's Game before the movie comes out. Old bloglovin follower. Happy Friday!

    Meredith’s Musings

    1. I'm going to reread Ender's Game soon so that it'll be fresh in my mind when I see the movie. It's the book that got me into science fiction, so I hope you like it!

  5. I haven't read any of these but I like the photobomb.
    Kristin @ Book Sniffers Anonymous

  6. Hi. I've wanted to read The Book Thief for a while now but just haven't found the time.
    I also like the photobomb. I am now following you via bloglovin. Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

    -April from onceuponacoffin

  7. I really like all of your choices very eclectic!!!

    New follower


  8. I heard The Book Thief was a total tearjerker. I like tearjerkers as long as they are well-written. Must remember to check it out. Anywayz I followed you by Bloglovin and here's my FF:
    BTW, you should add an email follow button because I usually like new blog posts delivered to my email. Just a suggestion! :)

  9. Yes, The Book Thief is one of the few books that makes me cry every single time I read it.
    Thanks for the suggestion! I'll figure out how to do that.


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