Six Sentence Saturday

Welcome to Six Sentence Saturday.

Where I try to express my thoughts on recent reads using only 6 sentences!!!!.

I have taken this idea from many different blogs. I really liked the idea. I am not going to rate the books as that will go into my review when they are finished. These will be books that I am currently reading, but have not finished. I will also change the parameters in that I can only write six sentences total no matter how many books I write about. I have to choose my words wisely.

For this edition of Six Sentence Saturday I am going to focus on one book only. The book is Liar by Justine Larbelestier.

Liar is a book that I have no idea on how to describe it. I am only about 1/3 of the way through, but I have never read a book where I question everything that I am reading. It’s from the point of view of a compulsive liar, Micah. As I read I don’t know if what Micah is describing is actually true or not. I will not indulge anymore becuase……
1. I don’t want to ruin the book(even though I am not close to being done)
2. I don’t really know what is true or not yet

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Six Sentence Saturday

First off, can you believe the Iowa game? I have never been so into an Iowa game before in my life. What a finish and that is coming from a Notre Dame fan. They are having quite a season.

By the way, can you believe that someone actually referenced me? I feel so cool in my uncool world of cyber-nerdiness. What joy this brings me!

Anyways, here is my six sentences of what I have been reading lately.

Twitterville – Shel Israel – This is not a YA book, but a book that examines Twitter and how businesses are using to help them. A very interesting read as business, schools, and life in general are continuing to change as technology and the internet evolve.

Paper Towns – John Green – Yes, I am still reading this book and the reason for it is twofold. One, I always read his books slowly to process his genius writing skill and am always trying to find more meaning than what is actually there. Second, I don’t want the book to end because I will have no more John Green to read until his next book is published.

Demon Keeper – Royce Buckingham – A perfect for around Halloween that deals with Nat who is in charge of taking care of the demons and the Beast in his house(action, humor, and monsters all wrapped into one…extending this sentence to be super long as I only had one sentence left).

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Six Sentence Saturday

Welcome to Six Sentence Saturday.

Where I try to express my thoughts on recent reads using only 6 sentences!!!!.

I have taken this idea from many different blogs. I really liked the idea. I am not going to rate the books as that will go into my review when they are finished. These will be books that I am currently reading, but have not finished. I will also change the parameters in that I can only write six sentences total no matter how many books I write about. I have to choose my words wisely.

1. Hate List – Jennifer Brown
I cannot describe the thoughts in my head right now. I cannot stop reading this book and I feeling a range of emotions that I went through when I read After by Amy Efaw.

2. Dirty Little Angels – Chris Tusa

Another engaging read that takes a look at society in present tense. It is not young adult(even though I do hate the label/genre title for personal reasons) because I would not be able to recommend this to my students due to certain scenes. However, I think it is worth reading so far and I cannot wait to find out how it will all come to a close.

3. Paper Towns – John Green

I have one sentence left so all I can say is that this is another amazingly genius(if that even makes sense) by one of my(if not my #1) favorite authors.

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