Tuesday, January 17, 2012

TBR Tuesday # 2

It's Tuesday again! I''m loving this meme of Dana's because it gets me thinking about those books that have been waiting to be read for far too long! So head on over and link up and join us. What books have been waiting for you?

My book today is yet another book by an author I love and that I'm terrified to read because I really, really, REALLY don't want to be disappointed. Plus, if I read and love it, then it's done. Read. Finished. No longer new to me. You know? Ah well.

The Fetch by Laura Whitcomb
Calder is a Fetch, a death escort, the first of his kind to step from Heaven back to Earth.The first to fall in love with a mortal girl. But when he climbs backwards out of that Death Scene, into the chaos of the Russian Revolution, he tears a wound in the ghost realm, where the spirits begin a revolution of their own. (from Goodreads) 


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  1. "because I really, really, REALLY don't want to be disappointed. Plus, if I read and love it, then it's done. Read. Finished. No longer new to me."

    I've felt like that before too.

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    1. I think it's a common feeling amongst us readers.

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  2. Wow - I've not heard of this but I love the blurb. I'll have to check it out.

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    1. The other book she wrote, A Certain Slant of Light is AMAZING!

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  3. Wow, where do you come up with these books I've never ever heard of? I'm so clueless. And once again, I just say READ IT! There's more books always in line to be the one you are looking forward to!

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    1. The authors other book is one you're definitely going to have to borrow from me. Soooo good!

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  4. I get that feeling about books all the time. There are some which I just can't start because I know that they will be so good that once I'm done, I won't have them to read anymore. Like Mockingjay and Muse by Rebecca Lim.

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    1. It's a maddening feeling isn't it?!

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