Friday, September 17, 2010

Book Blogger Hop/Follow me/Book Beginnings on Friday/Find

Follow Friday, hosted by ParaJunkee and Book Blogger Hop, hosted by Jennifer (Crazy-For-Books), and follow/hop to some new blogs.
Jennifer asks us this week to take time this week to honor our favorite book bloggers and why we love them!
All those blogs I visit regularly, are my favourite blogs and they know it. I really don't have to name any of them here.

ParaJunkee ask: Name your favorite YA, or do you stick to the adult reads?
I might read an occasional YA but my choice is always adult reads.

Book Beginnings On Friday
The Elephant Tree by R D Ronald
Mark Fallon is an overworked detective investigating a spate of attacks at a string of high profile city centre nightclubs. Scott is a dejected 24 year old struggling to make ends meet working for his brother and supplementing his income with a small-scale drug dealing operation. Angela is an attractive 23 year old, raised by her father, a career criminal and small time drug dealer who supplies Scott with cannabis. This is a chilling tale spanning a few months in the lives of Scott and Angela, where realizations about the present combine with shocking revelations from the past leading to an apocalyptic climax where they no longer know whom they can trust.


Laurel-Rain Snow said...

This one sounds good!

Thanks for sharing....

Here's mine:

Click on my name....

mpartyka said...

I don't ready much YA. I did enjoy Harry Potter, didn't understand the hype behind Twilight (that said, if people are reading... I'm all for it).

I have a hard time with all things vampire - doesn't keep my interest.

Have a great weekend!

bermudaonion said...

The Elephant Tree sounds like a good one!

Kathy Habel said...

I'm still 17 at heart despite being double that age in real life. I love YA books.
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Cat said...

A chilling tale captures my attention - sounds a book I might enjoy.

Marce said...

I don't read much YA either and don't look out for it but will add from recommendations.

My Friday Finds

Caitlin said...

They, stopping over from The Hop! It's nice to meet you! I'm a new follower :)

If you have the time come over and visit me!

Have a great weekend!

Deepali said...

Hi Gautami,
Good to see you again, and am off to read your latest posts :)
an old follower - e-Volving Books

Elizabeth said...

Interesting blog...Hopping by...have a fun hop this weekend.

Find my answer to the question about my favorite blogs at:

Also stop to see reviews on Room by Emma Donoghue, Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman, I'd Know You Anywhere by Laura Lippman, and many more.

Sugar and Snark said...

Hopping by to say have a great Sunday!

Rebecca Chapman said...

The books ounds good. Sounds a lot like some of my clients (im a criminal law solicitor)