Sunday, 9 December 2012

Books you loved: December edition



Before getting to the new Books You Loved edition: December – where have the months gone? – here are the links I have chosen to showcase from last month's edition.

The Shadow Queen by Rebecca Dean – thank you to Dizzy C's Little Book Blog


The Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling – thank you to both Blog of Erised and Mum of 3 World


Original Sin by Beth McMullen – thanks Book Him Danno!


Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple – thanks to Madelyn Hill


Emma Hamilton by Norah Lofts – thank you Moonshine and Rosefire

 
Now on to this month's collection of Books You Loved.  Please just link your posts in using the Mr Linky boxes you will find below.



28 comments:

  1. Those are all GREAT books you showcased...thanks.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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  2. I LOVED North Pole High - what a fun Christmas read!

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  3. Thanks for calling by on my blog, I've added a link to one of my reviews :)

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  4. I liked Birthright. It was a fantasy romantic suspense. Story moves very fast and is a thrill to read!

    Thanks for the links!

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  5. I really loved Mary Cholmondeley's Red Pottage, a great Victorian story of suspense and crossed love. And a wicked brother :)

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  6. Thanks for this list. I'm always looking for a good book!

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  7. Thank you so much for showcasing Emma Hamilton by Norah Lofts on my blog, Carole. I haven't found a December's Book of the Month yet, but when I do you will be the first to know! :) See you next month, Carole. :)

    Mary

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  8. Thanks for the list! Great to see what others have loved to read this year.

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  9. My favourite book is Jude The Obscure: Thomas Hardy. Fantastic book.

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  10. Always a great feature Carole, and I always get a list of books from it! Mine, Brat Farrar, is an old favourite, a brilliant mixture of impostors, twins and doubls, horses and suspense. I've read it several times over the years, and I'm sure will do so again...

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  11. Hi there, I have added a recent favourite and now off to hop around a few other favourites that have linked up.

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  12. What a neat idea...gives me ideas for my new years book list!

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  13. Another great list Carole! Thank you!
    Christiesbooks.blogspot.com

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  14. Thank you for showcasing my review.

    I have plumped for a novella this time.
    Perfect for this hectic season and very Christmassy.

    Carol
    DizzyC

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  15. I've listed two "books I loved" this month: "Arcadia" by Lauren Groff and "The Hobbit" by J.R.R. Tolkien. Cheers!

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  16. Thanks very much for the mention :) Have added a new one for this month - The Still Point by Amy Sackville. I found this book a little bit disappointing.

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  17. Thanks again for the invite. Lots to look through already this month!

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  18. I find I have less and less time to write reviews of the books I read. I'm hoping this monthly page will inspire me to start reviewing my backlog!

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  19. Thanks for the invite - have linked! Lots to look forward to reading here :-)

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  20. Thanks for the invite to link! :) I always like to see what everyone else out in the great world is reading.

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  21. Thanks for inviting me to share a book from my blog. I chose a newish one I liked last month that is funny and still very interesting.

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  22. I added a link to the book review for Wise Women Don't Worry Wise Women Don't Sing the Blues by Jane Claypool. I have several other books I loved to. May we link more than one book?

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  23. Thanks for the comment and invitation to participate!

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  24. Linked my book for this month. Don't worry, I will try not to go as crazy like I did last month.

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  25. Oh woops I didn't know exactly how the posting thing worked. Mine links to a review of "It Starts With Food". Thanks Carole for stopping by my blog! Like your site here!
    ~Ang

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  26. I've chosen my favorite book of December. Thanks so much, Carole, and see you next month! :)

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  27. Great blog. Thank you for the invitation to leave a review of one of my favourite reads.

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers