Booking Through Thursday

A weekly meme about (mostly) books and reading.

Hot! June 25, 2009

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Now that summer is here (in the northern hemisphere, anyway), what is the most “Summery” book you can think of? The one that captures the essence of summer for you?

(I’m not asking for you to list your ideal “beach reading,” you understand, but the book that you can read at any time of year but that evokes “summer.”)


Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

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62 Responses to “Hot!”

  1. Novroz Says:

    I can’t think of any book that evokes summer….so I will pass this week’s question.

    I’ll be checking out your answer tho :)

    Happy BTT

  2. This week was tough…

  3. lena Says:

    http://saveophelia.wordpress.com/2009/06/24/exemplifying-summer-btt/

    A tough one! But I think I found the perfect fit :)

  4. thekoolaidmom Says:

    I really enjoyed writing this post and remembering The Best Place After the Womb!

  5. Violet Says:

    Mine is here.

    Tough one this time. Happy Thusrday!!!

  6. BooksPlease Says:

    Difficult at first but my husband had the perfect answer!

    http://www.booksplease.org/2009/06/25/hot/

  7. Dot Says:

    Here’s mine, Happy BTT! Hope it’s nice and sunny where ever you all are:

    http://dot-scribbles.blogspot.com/2009/06/booking-through-thursday-hot.html

  8. jo Says:

    Mine’s up here Don’t think I really answered the question though!

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  10. I loved the twist on the topic! Here’s my choice:

    http://amyreads.com/?p=251

  11. JLS Hall Says:

    Good question. Had to think a little. Here’s my answer:

    http://jlshall.blogspot.com/2009/06/booking-through-thursday-hot.html

  12. JoAnn Says:

    It didn’t take much thinking to come up with an answer today!
    Happy Thursday, everyone.
    http://lakesidemusing.blogspot.com/2009/06/booking-through-thursday-hot.html

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  16. gigidiaz Says:

    Here is mine! Can’t wait to see what everyone else says feels like summer!

    http://gigidiaz.wordpress.com/2009/06/25/now-i-need-stuff-to-do/

  17. mizb17 Says:

    My answer is here. Mine’s a YA title. ;)

    ~MizB

  18. This one was kind of hard for me, and I got a little distracted, but I came up with a few.

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  20. kat(e) Says:

    my first comment here! i do Thoughts for Thursday on my blog (for my book club), but i figured why not participate here too? i always refer my club to your site for other Thursday Thoughts…here’s my summer book (it’s about how animals survive in the harsh summer season):

    Summer World: A Season of Bounty by nature writer Bernd Heinrich

    recommended for all, not just scientists!

  21. Southpaw Says:

    Ahhhh…………..an oldie but goodie!!!
    Have a great weekend!!!! PS…..if you haven’t read the book I posted…………….give it a shot! =)

  22. Annie Says:

    Ah, Summer. Confession: I hate summer. I pine for winter time and my roaring fire and my mug of hot coffee and me, curled up with a blanket and a book. That’s some divine reading, there.
    But that’s the wrong season… Okay, off the top of my head, one I recently read is extremely evocative of summer: The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd (great read).

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  24. Shari Says:

    Tricky one. Here’s mine

  25. Kilina Says:

    Here is my Summer Book! It’s Nora Roberts, first one I thought of.

    http://betteroffread.com/2009/06/booking-through-thursday-hot/

  26. teacherninja Says:

    Ah, summertime. A good time to remember young boys falling into pig crap. http://www.teacherninjas.com/2009/06/harris-and-me.html

  27. http://thenaughtymonkey.blogspot.com/
    Mine came to me out of nowhere! Funny how memory works.

  28. Ah, memory. Mine is Goodbye Columbus by Phillip Roth

  29. Matthew Says:

    My answer is up. Happy BTT; happy summer! :)

  30. Michelle Says:

    I agree with everyone else. This one was pretty tough. Here are my thoughts!

    http://mastermusingsbymichelle.blogspot.com/2009/06/booking-through-thursday-hot.html

  31. Petunia Says:

    I didn’t find it tough at all. I knew exactly the book that fit the bill.

    http://educatingpetunia.blogspot.com/2009/06/blog-post_1590.html

  32. LizzyJ Says:

    Hey all!
    I did the other book sorting post so I decided just to post my summery idea book here:The Perfect Royal Mistress by Diane Hager

    I figured it hot because Nell Gwynne was selling oranges in London after it caught on fire. Fire burning means no rain, hot weather for oranges, & later warm garden parties of court.

  33. This one is interestingly difficult. I’ve enjoyed reading what people came up with.

    here’s mine: http://rosecityreader.blogspot.com/2009/06/summery-books.html

  34. Lindsey Says:

    Mine’s up, but I love to read alot of books during the summer months, and well, they tend to be a bit of the ‘summer’ feel :)

    Visit <a href="http://www.talentinborders.blogspot.com&quot;.

  35. KittyCat Says:

    I’ve just finished “Boy” by Roald Dahl, which is a memoir of his childhood and schooling days. Definitely a “summery” read for me :-)

    Here’s the link: http://rightreads.com/2009/07/15/review-boy-by-roald-dahl/

  36. K Says:

    It’s Summerland by Michael Chabon for me. It’s about a land where it’s always summer, and the other driving plot line is about baseball, which is the summeriest sport. =)


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