Booking Through Thursday

A weekly meme about (mostly) books and reading.

Recent Enjoyable September 17, 2009

Filed under: Wordpress — --Deb @ 1:14 am

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What’s the most enjoyable, most fun, most just-darn-entertaining book you’ve read recently?

(Mind you, this doesn’t necessarily mean funny, since we covered that already. Just … GOOD.)

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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85 Responses to “Recent Enjoyable”

  1. iwriteinbooks Says:

    Uh, oh…it’s rehashed! Bringing BACK the Pynchon. :O)

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  3. Zee Says:

    In my case it WAS funny. But also thought provoking and generally good!

  4. Zee Says:

    Lets try this again since I added the wrong hyperlink (always check before you hit submit people :D)

  5. Julia Says:

    Hi Everyone ( Deb!) I hope you having a good Thursday and weekend ahead!

    Here Mine!

  6. Jo Says:

    It’s impossible to pick just one! mine is here

  7. Marce Says:

    Hello everyone. This was also my Fluff pick actually. Secrets of a shoe addict.

  8. Marce Says:

    Good day everyone. Secrets of a shoe addict is mine. I was surprised by how much I enjoed it.

  9. Cathy Says:

    Hi, I’m new to this. Here’s mine.

  10. MARIE BURTON Says:

    Lots of recent good books, I picked 3 from different genres.
    The Burton Review

  11. Michelle Says:

    Too many from which to choose! And I imagine that this week will give me even more to add.

  12. Sarah Says:

    Hi, I haven’t participated in a while but I’m joining in again. Here’s mine!

  13. Alison Says:

    A short and sweet entry for a short and thoroughly entertaining book.

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  16. Kaye Says:

    If you want to wander down my road I’m home.

  17. Mystica Says:

    Vatican by Malachi Martin. Very interesting read.


  18. Lizzy Says:

    I just finished reading “The Meaning of Sunglasses: And a Guide to Almost All Things Fashionable” by Hadley Freeman and I LOVED it. I came across it on (I also enjoy their book picks) and it was a good combo of clever and humorous. I definitely recommend it, along with ohters on their list found here:

  19. It’s a quick one… but it plants the seed for a book review that’ll be up in about 1/2 an hour.

  20. Janet Says:

    Skin by Ted Dekker–I could hardly put it down!

  21. Reading one of those children’s books that’s best appreciated by us old guys…

  22. Dawn Says:

    What a simple but great question! I knew immediately what to answer, and am incredibly avid about it. I definitely could discuss my novel for hours on end, I enjoyed it so much. My answer is here.

  23. shareleann Says:

    here’s mine –

    I really enjoyed This heart of mine by susan phillips. I love the Dallas Stars boks!

  24. Bookstack Says:

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  25. Linda Says:

    “Polly Dent Loses Grip.” Lots of humor throughout a murder investigation.

  26. Ali Says:

    This is a great topic. Can’t wait to read other people’s answers to this one. Here’s mine:

  27. Cathy Says:

    Here’s mine, better late than never. I know it’s a strange one, but I thoroughly enjoyed it!

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  29. tuesday Says:

    A big late, but I recently enjoyed Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell

  30. draabe Says:

    The Angel’s Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafon – If you haven’t experienced Zafon yet, how can you call yourself a bibliophile?!

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