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k. I'm going to B&N sometime this week/weekend to get some books for summer. I'm working on reading Lord of the Rings (Pelle's final request, haha) but I also want something fun and easy to read. I haven't had new books in way too long, a trip to B&N is well overdue.

So here is your tast. Please leave me a comment with a good book you've read recently (or.. whenever) and let me know what it's a little bit about, and I'll prolly buy it and add it to my summer list. I'm always looking for something new. When I'm done, I'll let you know what I think of it.

The fate of my summer reading rests in your hands :)

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YESSS I love telling people what they should read. Fantasticcc.

1. The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart - it's about a girl at a boarding school and this secret society and it's pretty fantastic.

2. Maureen Johnson (I think Proma said 13 little blue envelopes, Suite Scarlett, etc. )

3. Actually anything by E. Lockhart although I'm still in the process of reading the rest of her books, but they're relatively short/sweet/lovely etc.

4. Have you read the Year of the Secret Assignments? I feel like someone was saying that they read that, maybe it was you blahh. There is the Murder of Bindy Mackenzie which is sort of like a spin off (?) / another book by that author which just came out in paperback. Slash also I read the ending and...haha okay.

5. The love of my LIFE John Green, obv.

6. I feel like I had a lot more book reccomendations but I totally forgot them. I'm looking at my bookshelf and everything

7. raid the children's book section. that's what I do when I don't know what to read, I LOVE CHILDREN'S BOOOKS.

(also, I wanted a list of seven the most powerful magic number)

I DID read The Year of Secret Assignments. Great book.

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