Friday, September 25, 2009

Friday Finds, September 25

I generally stay away from books with post-apocalyptic themes. I’ve read The Road but didn’t really like it much but after reading The Forest of Hands & Teeth (must read!) earlier this month, it suddenly created an interest to read other books with the same theme. To read my review of The Forest of Hands & Teeth please click here.
This week, I found another post apocalyptic themed book titled Ariel by Steven R. Boyett from the Book Smugglers blog (I love their blog it’s just so cool). They are also running a contest to win two copies of the book ending on the 26th of September. The contest is open only in the US and Canada which sadly means I can’t enter the contest… which also means I’m off to the bookstore to get myself a copy this weekend! :)
To enter the contest, please visit the Book Smugglers.



Friday Finds is a weekly event hosted by Should Be Reading.

9 comments:

gautami tripathy said...

I think I will check out Ariel. I see a lot about this book and the genre interests me. Thanks.

Friday Find: Silence Not, a love story by Cynthia L. Cooper

Mary said...

I hope you'll enjoy it as much as The Forest of Hands & Teeth!

Leslie said...

sounds very interesting!

Josette said...

I'll have to check out The Forest of Hands and Teeth sometime. Thanks for the recommendation!

Thea said...

Terima kasih for the links :)

Hope you get a chance to give Ariel a read! It's not as good as TFoHT, but it's solid. If you want any other post-apocalyptic suggestions, I've got TONS. It's one of my favorite genres of fiction :)

Ms Ulat Buku said...

Hi Thea! You shocked me at Terima Kasih! For a second there I thought you were Malaysian! LOL ... You have a GREAT BLOG, absolutely love the design and the list of books that you read! :)

Thea said...

Aw, thank you! I'm glad you like our blog :) And likewise! I've just discovered this site, and am loving it.

I grew up in Jakarta, dude! My bahasa isn't so great anymore, but it's still up in my head somewhere. Hehe.

Holley T said...

I also LoVeD The Forest of Hands and Teeth! Post apocalyptic fiction is one of my favorite genres though :-)

Thanks for visiting and commenting at Holley's House! I am the Messenger isn't quite as literary as The Book Thief, but I did like it as much!
Holley

Sheila (bookjourney) said...

Really? The Forest of Hands and Teeth? I wouldnt have thought it would be good.... at least not something I would like... but maybe

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