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Rick Riordan’s Books

Rick Riordan actually has a page on Amazon (if anyone doesn’t know yet). Go there to get deals on books. And of course, visit his official site for more book updates and whatnot.

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Audible Collection

Yes, I have an Audible membership, and the fact that I’ve been lazy to read is sad, lol. Or more like it’s another so I could listen on the go versus having more time to read when I’m settled down somewhere.

Rick Riordan

  • Percy Jackson and the Olympians Series
    • The Lightning Thief
    • The Sea of Monsters
    • The Titan’s Curse
    • The Battle of Labyrinth
    • The Last Olympian
    • The Demigod Files
    • Greek Gods
    • Greek Heroes
  • The Trials of Apollo
    • The Hidden Oracle
    • The Dark Prophecy
  • The Kane Chronicles
    • The Red Pyramid
    • The Throne of Fire
    • The Serpent’s Shadow

Autobiographies

  • Girl Walks Into A Bar – Rachel Dratch – Hilarious and very addicting to listen to
  • Melissa Explains It All – Average
  • Neil Patrick Harris – Creative
  • Troublemaker – Leah Remini

Philosophies

  • Does Santa Exist? – Interesting in some sense but somewhat long-winded for me

Others:

  • The Hunger Games
  • Kissed by an Angel by Elizabeth Chandler

*Will be updated from time to time

Books Recommendations

Okay, so I’m back with another random list. But I don’t think it’s WAY over, considering how I claimed to be a reader, right? So here goes my list, LOL!

Mitch Albom

Louisa May Alcott

  • Little Women

Donna Andrews

  • The Turing Hopper series

Jane Austen

  • Pride & Prejudice

Carrie Bebris

  • Pride and Prescience

Dan Brown

  • Angels & Demons

Ian Caldwell and Dustin Thomason

  • The Rule of Four

Elizabeth Chandler

  • Dark Secrets #1 – Legacy of Lies
  • Dark Secrets #2 – Don’t Tell
  • Dark Secrets #3 – No Time To Die
  • Dark Secrets #4 – The Deep End of Fear
  • Dark Secrets #5 – The Back Door of Midnight

Charles Dickens

  • A Tale of Two Cities

Alexandre Dumas

  • The Count of Monte Cristo
  • The Three Musketeers

E. M. Goldman

  • The Night Room – I don’t know how many times I’ve read this book. But love it! Sci-fi with a mix of mystery, not to mention high school obnoxiousness. It’s a riot if you think about it with some people’s interactions. Some parts are tragic, but overall, an enjoyable, witty story.

John Grisham

  • The Rainmaker

Margaret Peterson Haddix

  • Because of Anya
  • Claim To Fame
  • Dexter the Tough
  • Double Identity
  • Escape From Memory
  • Game Changer
  • Takeoffs and Landings
  • The Always War
  • The House on the Gulf
  • The Shadow Children series
  • Turnabout
  • Uprising

Sébastien Japrisot

  • A Very Long Engagement
  • Trap for Cinderella

Stephen King

  • On Writing
  • Secret Window
  • The Green Mile

Barbara Kingsolver

  • The Bean Trees
  • Pigs in Heaven

John Knowles

  • A Separate Peace

Lurlene McDaniel

  • My Secret Boyfriend
  • One Wish Foundation series
  • The Time Capsule

Rodman Philbrick

  • Freak the Mighty
  • Max the Mighty

Erich Maria Remarque

  • All Quiet on the Western Front

Rick Riordan

  • Percy Jackson and the Olympians
  • The Heroes of the Olympus

Nicholas Sparks

  • A Bend in the Road
  • A Walk To Remember
  • Message in a Bottle
  • The Guardian
  • Three Weeks with My Brother

J. R. R. Tolkien

  • The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

*This post will be updated from time to time.

In the World of Book-Lovers

So  I stumbled upon this article while doing my daily browsing. It totally made my day and I cracked up throughout the article. But my ultimate favorite reaction to those who do not read must be: “We’re done here.” ‘Cause seriously? And the other reason is because I don’t like to force stuffs onto people. So after the initial shock wears off, I’ll probably just walk away. Or whatever they say after that is a buzz to me. Not to sound super arrogant over it or anything, but after all the name-calling (weirdos, bookworm, and you name it) over the years, I seriously think I could react however I want regarding the others. I met quite a few non-readers over the years, but I never picked on them for reading. Yet it’s okay for them to pick on me for having my nose in a book all the time? Wow! So yeah. That’s my mini story. And this will be one of those rare updates about me.

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