Hey everyone...today is day three of Inkcrush's faves of twentyeleven. Its all about random today!
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Fave first sentence
No Favorite sentence but I did love the opening quote in Ashes-
"I tell you the past is a bucket of ashes" - Carl Sandburg
Fave book title
Wither - The title was brilliant, considering the disease that plagued the women withered them away by age 20....not only that but a gals life really wasn't her own once dragged into polygamy or prostitution, most of them mind body and soul- withered until death.....
Fave reading experience (ie: created a great reading memory)
The River of Time Series- (Waterfall, Cascade and Torrent)
Book with the best food in it (made you so crazy-envious-hungry)
Hmmm- No food books that I can think of....
Book with the most sensual weather (made you shiver/sweat)
Die for Me by Amy Plum- everything was sensuous- the rain, the atmosphere, the night, the daytime in Paris.....I loved it
Most embarrassing book cover (feeling sheepish in public or just plain ugly)
Covers in general this year were really great and I don't read the really bad smutty covers so my pickings are slim....however Torrent by Lisa B- gets an honorable mention due to the whole Kmart wig issue on Marcello....(and yes poor Lisa already heard me complain about that wig) good night it looks like a wild animal on his head..(lol).....so when you do finally meet Marcy.....think about this pic instead...;)
Can’t believe you waited this long to read the book (!)
Book you'd give your mum/sister to read
The Violets of March- by Sarah Jio
Book you'd give your dad/brother to read
The Priests Graveyard by Ted Dekker
Saving June by Hannah Harrington (so I could gain some sense on my music choices!!)
Book that lived up to (or superseded the hype)
Divergent by Veronica Roth
Book you stayed the latest to finish (confess!!!)
When She Woke- stayed up until 3:30am
Book you were *dying* to get your hands on the most
The Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
Fattest brick of a book you read (by page count)
The Dovekeepers by Alice Hoffman
Killer cliffhanger award
Cascade by Lisa T. Bergren