Why I Love Wednesdays: Favorite Book of 2011
Wednesday December 21, 2011 at 12:00 am |
Reflections of a Bookaholic

 

Why I Love Wednesdays is a weekly meme created and hosted by Alexis of Reflections of a Bookaholic. Each week she posts a Why I Love Topic that she answers. If you would like to participate head on over to her site for the topic and the image. This week’s topic:

Favorite Book of 2011:

Pulling my answer from the book awards:

I’d have to say my favorite reads of the year had to be the ENTIRE Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling and The Hunger Games and Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins.

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6 Responses to “Why I Love Wednesdays: Favorite Book of 2011”

  1. Great choices. I would love to reread both of those series.

  2. Alysia says:

    I am reading The Hunger Games in 2012 with the book club. I love the reviews of the book. It’s making me excited to read it. I have two favorites this year too!

  3. Great choices Jade. I agree completely though I didn’t read HP this year. It was a great book.

  4. I actually think it’s a hard question! I have so many I’ve come across this year I absolutely love that I have no idea what my answer is. I’d probably try sneaking in a few more than two. *cough* Lol! And yeah, HP is definitely an amazing series!

  5. Excellent pick. HG was my fav the year I read it too.

  6. Molly says:

    The Hunger Games is just wow! I was barely able to put this book down for a second after the first few pages got me completely hooked. Suzanne Collins narrative here has an immediacy to it that, when combined with the very dramatic life-or-death plot, is incredibly compelling. It’s entertaining, and incredibly disturbing all at once. Suzanne Collins has, with one amazing work, propelled herself onto my top shelf.

    Have a nice day,
    Molly

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