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This Top Ten Tuesday is so perfect for the upcoming Readathon (April 21). Here are ten books I have read in a day:
1. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins-I can't believe it's only been a year since I read The Hunger Games. I got the whole series to read for the Readathon. I only completed The Hunger Games but was able to start Catching Fire too.
2. Kafka's Soup by Mark Crick- This is a collection of short stories. Each one is a recipe as written by a different author. Funny and engaging.
3. The Splendor Falls by Rosemary Clement-Moore. Despite the fact this one is over 500 pages, I completed this one in a day. It was completely engaging and I could not put it down.
4. Autobiography of A Fat Bride by Laurie Nataro-Actually I could substitute any of her humor books here. I find I share Nataro's sense of humor. I love the silly places she finds herself.
5. The Secret Life Of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd-I was sad it took me so long to read this one. Such a great vivid story that I couldn't put down.
6. Ballad by Maggie Stiefvater-I loved this book. I wanted to crawl inside this book and live.
7. Bridget Jones' Diary by Helen Fielding-Classic chick lit.
8. Good In Bed by Jennifer Weiner-Probably the first book I stayed up all night to read as an adult. I also cried for most of it. I remember giving it to my best friend the next day, telling her to read it immediately.
9. Hunger by Jackie Morse Kessler-Actually any of the Riders of The Apocalypse books could be read in a day. Short powerful stories that leave me craving the next in the series.
10. Nothing But Ghosts by Beth Kephart-A great book about loss and discovering your past. Also some beautiful writing that will engage you quickly.