Remember Me? by Sophie Kinsella
How the hell did all that happen?
What’s the latest you’ve ever stayed up reading a book? Is staying up late reading a usual thing for you?
And it's not like I even have very high standards.
Rain splatters down my collar as I shift from one blistered foot to another. I'm holding my denim jacket over my head as a makeshift umbrella, but it's not exactly waterproof.
Do you need to have your owned books out where you can see them, or are you okay with them being stored away?
There are so many crappy biographies … would you rather read a poorly-written biography of a fascinating life, OR an exquisitely well-written, wonderful read of one of a not-so-interesting life?I think it needs to be a good balance of both for me. A really poor-written biography can make a fascinating life boring, whilst a boring life can mean the lack of a spark in an otherwise well-written biography. I guess I'm not really answering the question, but I guess what I'm saying is that I wouldn't really want to read either of these opttions.
Your challenge, if you choose to accept it:
Pick any book from your readathon pile and write a fake synopsis based solely on the cover. The synopsis does not have to be related to the actual book at all, just the pretty, pretty cover.
In a time before time, a book was born. Through the centuries it has passed from hand to hand, from wing to wing. But only one can uncover its mysteries. Will the price he has to pay be too great, even for him?
When Ellie and her friends go camping, they have no idea they're leaving theirr old lives beehind forever. Despite a less-than-tragic food shortage and a secret crush or two, everything goes as planned. But a week later they return home to find their houses empty and their pets starving. Something has gones wrong- horribly wrong. Before long, they realize the country has been innvaded, and their entire town has been captured- including their families and all their friends. Ellie and the other survivors face an impossible decision: They can flee for the mountains or surrender. Or they can fight.This book is part of a bookring on BookCrossing, so I'm hoping to get it finished soon so that I can pass it on.