Sunday’s in Bed with…

July 8, 2012 In Bed With... 19

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Kate at Midnight Book Girl has started a new feature on Sunday mornings to share with everyone what you’re reading in bed Sunday morning before getting to the days activities.

Originally I was going to be finishing Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry, except I ended up finishing it before I went to bed (it was seriously good!) and I’m not currently reading any other books so I have no idea what I plan on reading today.  There are so many books I want to read that I just can’t decide!

Here are some of my choices

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Red Glove by Holly Black
Uncommon Criminals by Ally Carter
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest by Stieg Larsson
Soulless by Gail Carriger
Fever by Lauren DeStefano

What book do you recommend for me today?

Kimberly

19 Responses to “Sunday’s in Bed with…”

  1. Kimberly

    I haven’t read any of those, but if it were me I would choose Soulless. It has been near the top of my TBR list forever, and it would be awesome to start a Steampunk series!

  2. Midnyte Reader

    Ha, I still have to finish the Holly Black trilogy too…I read the first one. Also the Stieg L. books…just read the first one and my sister gave me the second. Too many books, too little time!

  3. Jen Ryland/YA Romantics

    I do think it’s a hard choice…
    Love the Red Glove series but I also loved Uncommon Criminals and Fever.
    I could not get through Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest. I loved the first two books but that one just didn’t grab me.

    • Kimberly @ On the Wings of Books

      I’m not in a huge hurry to read The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets Nest, but my mom has been after me to finish the series. I’m looking forward to all the others and I hope to get to them all this month regardless.

  4. Bittner

    All those books look good to me! I’ve only read Red Glove and I hope to get around to rereading it soon! Can’t wait to see which one you picked!

    • Kimberly @ On the Wings of Books

      It hasn’t grabbed my attention yet, but it’s “historical” and I typically have to really be in the mood to read them so maybe that’s why it’s not keeping my attention. I’m not ready to give up yet or anything though.

  5. Christina

    Fever’s a bit of a snoozefest, just to warn you. It’s got some serious second book syndrome and suspension of disbelief issues.