bonnie-to-your-clyde said: The best book : Aristotle and Dante discover the secret of the universe. The worst book : Eleanor and Park.
I might have to look into Aristotle and Dante. I see it everywhere, but no clue what it is about.
It seems like everyone loves Eleanor and Park, I didn’t like it though. Glad to know I am not the only one. (:
coffeeandkerouac said: So far, the best is the Goldfinch tied with The Opposite of Loneliness by Marina Keegan, and the worst is Tigerlily by Jodi Lynn Anderson
I keep hearing good things about The Goldfinch. Have you read anything else by the author?
Tigerlily was recommended to me a few times by people on Goodreads, but I am not that interested in it.
theclassicreader said: Best: To the Lighthouse or The God of Small Things; Worst: Big Sur probably. You?
The first two are ones I intend to read(I would read anything by Woolf). (:
Hm…the worst for me was Ignite Me and the best…The Street of Crocodiles! I have read a few great books so far though.
beckisbookshelf said: Worst: the sweet gum tree by Katherine Allred Best: The Dog Stars by Peter Heller or Room by Emma Donoghue
I have not heard of the first two you mentioned, but I really really want to read Room! It sounds interesting and it reminded me of this girl named Genie I learned about in a sociology class(though I don’t know if they are similar). I know that it is told from the child’s POV…what did you think about that?
I would love to know (:
*hugs* Thank you, lovely ^_^