Friday, December 30, 2011

TGIF Question

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Today the questions are: What was the first book you read in 2011 and the last you finished in 2011? How do you feel about these books? Would you recommend them to other readers?

Well, the first book I've read in 2011 was N is for Noose by Sue Grafton. I love mystery you can't imagine what horrible films I've watched only because of the mystery. In this case I've hear good things about Grafton's books, so I decided to read it. I liked the mystery, the detective Kinsey Millhone and how Sue Grafton developed the story but what I enjoy most is when nothing it's  what it seems or when the mystery is solved and things are cleared up but in this book I didn't find those things. So, I was a little disappointed. I like most Agatha Christie's books for that reason. I'd recommend the book to people like action but not to people who like a surprise or a twist at the end of the book.

The last book I've read in 2011 was Scones and Sensibility by Lindsay Eland. I liked the book although I expected more. I discovered that it was aimed to children so maybe I didn't enjoy too much, but, still, I liked it. I felt identified with the main character, I'm a daydreamer too, but I don't involve in people lives like she does :) I didn't like that she was always talking old fashioned. At first it's funny but then, I got a bit tired of it.  I recommend this to children and people who like love stories. 

Well, this is me but what about you?


  1. My first book this year was Wuthering Heights - I was not impressed :( I thought it would be much better. And the last book I'm reading just now is East of Eden by John Steinbeck - so far it's very good but I don't think I'll be finished by tomorrow night.

    Happy New Year :)

  2. I loooove Wuthering Heights :) If people say things like this you expect more, I know, but still it was great, wasn't it?