Sunday, 7 August 2011

The Wishlist Diet #5

*The Wishlist Diet is part of the In My Mailbox feature hosted by The Story Siren*

This week is going to be epic! 

To read: 


Hunger by Michael Grant
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

To Review:


Young Samurai: The Ring of Earth by Chris Bradford

See what I mean? I've been waiting for AGES for The Hunger Games to become available on Kindle in the UK and it's a double celebration because it's in the Kindle sale for only £1.99. Hoorah! Oh, and I'm using the US cover because the UK cover frankly SUCKS and I wish to deny its existence. Seriously, why change something that is perfect into something so skank? Come on HarperCollins! Apparently I'm feeling quite hungry this week as I'll also be devouring Hunger which I know is going to rock my world because Gone was one of the best books I ever read.

This week is also a bit of a Young Samurai week as I've just finished the latest book, The Ring of Fire, and I'll be posting my reviews of "The Ring" episodes this week so get some samurai action in your life!

8 comments:

  1. I recently read The Hunger Games for the first time and loved it! I hope you do too :)

    Here's what I got in my mailbox this week :)

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  2. I still need to read the hunger games...before the movie

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  3. Hi, I'm a new follower. You just got The Hunger Games? Oh my, you're in for a treat. I kind of wish I could be you and read it for the first time all over again.

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  4. Enjoy The Hunger Games! =D You will become addicted!!

    My IMM

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  5. I know I'm a bit behind the times with The Hunger Games but I was really disappointed to find out I couldn't break in my Kindle with it when I got it back in May as it wasn't available on Kindle at that point. Then it just became a matter of principle thing so I'm very glad to have it now and for a bargain price in the Amazon sale. And yes, I am already addicted!

    TG: thanks for the follow!

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  6. Looking forward to your thoughts on "Hunger". I read "Gone" and loved it, albeit a bit long and the story dragged a bit but I just couldn't get through "Hunger"...I'll try again once I'm finished going through my TBR pile.

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  7. Ah, that's shame. I do think the Gone books are pretty long but they hold my attention pretty well. I'll let you know if Hunger is worth reading all the way through!

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