Another installment of what I read in 2010. I rate on a scale of 1-5.

The Nature of Monsters by Clare Clark – 2

I was really hoping for more from this book. It takes an intriguing idea (an 18th-century apothecary obsessed with deformities) and just bored me. There was no meat; it was superficial.

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown – 2

I reviewed this book, just click here.

Bloodfever by Karen Marie Moning -3

If you can get your hands on this series do it. So much fun. Sexy, adventurous, fantastical, and just plain hilarious. It’s about faeries, and Dublin, and the world falling apart.

Treasure of Khan by Clive Cussler – 3

What can I say about Clive Cussler besides the fact that he’s awesome?

A Place Called Here by Cecilia Ahern – 4

I really love the movie P.S. I Love You, but this was the first book by Cecilia Ahern I have read. ( She wrote P.S. I Love You.) It was exactly what I like. Literature with a little bit of magic thrown in. I wrote a review, click here.

The Robber Bride by Margaret Atwood – 3

Again, literature and magic. My favorite mix. I wrote a review, click here.

Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning – 3

Read above.

Faefever by Karen Marie Moning – 3

Read above.

On the Fifth Day by AJ Hartley – 2

Honestly, I don’t really remember it. I think it was good.

German Short Stories

Can’t rate this. Just something I picked up at the library because I was interested.

Prodigal Summer by Barbara Kingsolver – 3

I didn’t like the Poisonwood Bible, but was convinced to try Kingsolver’s other books. I wrote a review on this one, click here.

The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner by Stephenie Meyer – 2

I wanted more. I did like how well connected it was to the other books. I wrote a review, click here.

That’s it for today. I’ll keep posting about the books I read in 2010. There are still 27 left. Next year is going to be hard to do like this. It’s only April and I’ve already read 25 books. Sheesh.