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fall reads.

the constant princess (philippa gregory)
last night at chateau marmont (lauren weisberger)
the hunger games (suzanne collins)
catching fire (suzanne collins)
mockingjay (suzanne collins)

after these books have been completed, there are a couple of books* i have - embarrassingly enough - begun yet not finished, which i vow to finish in the remainder of the month of november.

then, it will be on to the winter list!

*the facebook effect, by david kirkpatrick & the girl who kicked the hornet's nest, by stieg larsson.

[photo: toma<3s]


DJ said…
I love your reading lists! I want to start posting mine, too. Also, I am enjoying the snippet of Lizzie McGuire :)

You should probably add even more extras to your list because I guarantee you won't be able to put down the Hunger Games books and finish the series within a week or two!
cailen ascher said…
i loved the hunger games triology! it's riveting : )

and i love your blog header - did you design it yourself? i'm your newest follower

Annie said…
Glad I'm not the only one who noticed the lizzie mcguire snippet!

The Hunger Games Trilogy is fantastic, I'm so happy you will be reading it!
Jenna said…
Hahah I picked up on the Lizzie McGuire text too! I miss that show!!

And I only read the first book of The Hunger Games trilogy. It was a bit too dark for my taste but still an extremely captivating read!
YAY! I'm obsessed with The Hunger Games trilogy. I'm not the biggest reader (too easily distracted by TV ;) but I read each of these books in 4 days. So good!

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