Monday, May 24, 2010

"Books make cold, constant and frigging AWESOME companions" -Victor Hugo (in a less miserable mood)

9 comments:

Stephanie Thornton said...

I've got so many books on my TBR list it's not even funny. Right now I'm reading The Maze Runner by James Dasher and I need to finally read Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. My senior year English teacher thought I read it, but... yeah, I had senioritis big time.

fairyhedgehog said...

And I don't know what K.I.T. means...

K. Marie Criddle said...

Ooo, the Maze Runner...definitely in my queue. And fairy, apparently it means "keep in touch"...either that or I've been telling people since sixth grade to "kill itty things."

fairyhedgehog said...

I'll settle for Keep In Touch!

Queen 'Bina said...

Okay, friend. I have been reluctant to jump on board with the hunger games thing. I didn't listen to you about harry potter, either, stupid me. So I WILL pick up Hunger Games and its siblings and try out a friendship with them. But you, in turn, MUST pick up The Name of the Wind, by Patrick Rothfuss (his blog is also heaps of fun, btw). If you have not read it yet, you must put aside whatever friend is in your hands now and meet this amazing story. Don't make it you "next" read. Read it NOW. Seriously. NOW. For further praise, see my review on goodreads.

Oh, and you may feel free to "kill itty things" as well. You and I don't K.I.T. enough.

Cheryl and William said...

I LOVE the Hunger Games as well! I think that Cinna is fabulous- I can't wait until August!!

K. Marie Criddle said...

Robin: DONE. I have library-ly queued up Mr. Rothfuss. We shall kill itty things whilst discussing new friends forthwith.

Bill Thompson said...

So....here's the rest of the ditty...."...Books! Books! Books are your friends my friends. Books make you laugh and sing, books tell you everything and take you down a trail that never ends. "....... There's more, but I feel kind of silly! It was from the early (1950's) Mickey Mouse Club that Aunt Marilyn and I use to watch! Ugh!

Janet said...

Victor Hugo said Friggin?