Book #4 of 12 replacement book for The Passage. This book was a continuation of "The Power of Six". It was a quick read and just a continuation of the series. I wouldn't say it was the best or worst book ever. Just somewhere in between. However now I have reached my goal of 12 books and it was under 12 months! Of course I will continue to post the books I am reading here!
Book #12 of 12 of 12 books in 12 months. A good friend sent me this book because she said it had helped her tremendously and after undergoing IF treatment herself no longer needed it! I'm hoping the luck is passed along with the book. :). This is a really great book and I wish I had it about 2 years ago. It is really spot on with many of the situations you go through and gives some really great advice. I'm going to keep it as a reference guide as I move forward in treatments and hopefull pass it on to someone else someday when I no longer need it!
(7/15/12) Book #11 of 12 of 12 books in 12 months. Yes I made it through all 3. This final book is probably the best out of all three, but you can't even enjoy it unless you read them all. There is actually a little bit more of a plot in this book and unfortunately all the repetition is still there. It was different to read "this" kind of book, but I'm still really unsure what all the hype was about.
(7/1/12) Book #10 of 12 of 12 books in 12 monthsAfter reading the first book in this series I wanted to quit, but since I already had the rest of the series I thought I would finish it. For those of you who would like to quit I really can't give you advice either way. The second book still wasn't that good. It was a little bit better than the first book, but nothing to get too excited about.
(6/13/12) Book #9 of 12 of 12 books in 12 months. I really enjoyed this book. It was a nice and simple read. I will probably read this series between more serious books.
The Infertility Cure was a very interesting book to me since I am in the midst of dealing with infertility and doing western and eastern medicine practices. It is however pretty technical and hard to understand at times. I think it will be a good reference guide as I continue to undergo acupuncture treatment or even start to rely on Eastern medicine as my main source of treatment.
(3/30/12)Book #5 of 12 books in 12 months
This book was extremely inspiring for me and I believe would be a good read for friends and family of anyone dealing with infertility. I will keep this book handy for whenever I am feeling down as a pick me up and reminder that God is in control.
Still reading... The Passage (3/6/12)Book #4 of 12
(3/5/12)Book #3 of 12 books in 12 months
How to Be an American Housewife
I really enjoyed this book! I like history so this was an interesting perspective of the life of a Japanese woman in the WWII time frame. It really made me want to read more historical books.
(2/29/12) Book #2 of 12 The Night Circus. I honestly did not really care for this book. I just could not follow the characters and when I could I really wasn't that interested in what was going on with them. The book did have some neat imagery, but other than that I was just happy to be done with it.
I could relate to Skeeter, but loved Minny!
(9/5/11) I'm going to be 100% honest, I didn't really love this book. I do enjoy watching football, but I guess I don't really enjoy reading about it. Maybe I just had the wrong expectation since I heard the movie was sooooooooooooo good. I still plan on renting the movie at some point to watch it. Some of the history of football was interesting, but overall I didn't really care for this one.
(8/1/11) I really enjoyed reading this book. It was a change though after reading two really fast paced, but detailed trilogies. I was kind of left a little disappointed at the end because I didn't feel like I got as much detail as I would have liked about their lives after leaving the Benzini Brother's show. All in all though I really enjoyed it and am very excited to see the movie!