Hey there, Friday fans! Welcome to this week’s edition of the Friday Fifteen, in which I review five books in fifteen words or less.
1. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
Psychics, ghosts, boarding school–the perfect autumn book. Excellent character development too. Sequel now, please!
2. Kirsten’s Surprise (American Girls: Kirsten #3) by Janet Shaw
A crown of candles and breakfast treats–I want to celebrate St. Lucia Day.
3. Wait Till Next Year: A Memoir by Doris Kearns Goodwin
The closest I’ve come to reading a book about sports.
4. Paradise Lost by John Milton
Dense, but awesomely epic. I feel like this would make for a cool graphic novel.
5. Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke
This gives me unreasonable expectations about writing to and forming relationships with famous writers.
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Ha! I love your condensed book reviews. Wasn’t The Raven Boys delightful? And I second the idea of Paradise Lost as a graphic novel. Someone needs to get on that!