|1||There’s a (Slight) Chance I Might Be Going to Hell, Laurie Notaro||Novel||01/10/08||01/23/08||0 c|
|2||The Bourne Supremacy, Robert Ludlum||Novel||01/27/08||02/06/08||0 c|
|3||The Twelfth Card, Jeffrey Deaver||Mystery||02/07/08||02/09/08||1 c|
|4||Cold Moon, Jeffrey Deaver||Mystery||02/10/08||02/13/08||0 c|
|5||Forget About It, Caprice Crane||Novel||02/15/08||02/17/08||0 c|
|6||The Woman Who Walked to Russia: A Writer’s Search for a Lost Legend, Cassanda Pybus||Non-fiction||02/17/08||06/26/08||0 c|
|7||Asimov’s Odyssey: Robot City: Book 1, Michael P. Kube-Mcdowell||Sci-Fi||02/19/08||02/24/08||0 c|
|8||Through Thick and Thin, Alison Pace||Novel||03/05/08||03/15/08||0 c|
|9||Tales of a Drama Queen, Lee Nichols||Novel||03/07/08||03/17/08||0 c|
|10||A Secret Word, Jennifer Paddock||Novel||03/14/08||03/16/08||0 c|
|11||Dinner for Two, Mike Gayle||Novel||03/22/08||03/24/08||0 c|
|12||P is for Peril, Sue Grafton||Mystery||03/23/08||03/26/08||0 c|
|13||The Other Boleyn Girl, Philippa Gregory||Novel||03/25/08||03/31/08||0 c|
|14||The Virgin’s Lover, Philippa Gregory||Novel||04/01/08||04/05/08||0 c|
|15||Marrying Mozart, Stephanie Cowell||Novel||04/05/08||04/09/08||0 c|
|16||Black Notice, Patricia Cornwell||Suspense||04/10/08||04/13/08||0 c|
|17||The Last Precinct, Patricia Cornwell||Suspense||04/13/08||04/14/08||0 c|
|18||Trace, Patricia Cornwell||Suspense||04/14/08||04/16/08||0 c|
|19||Predator, Patricia Cornwell||Suspense||04/16/08||04/19/08||0 c|
|20||Book of the Dead, Patricia Cornwell||Suspense||04/19/08||04/21/08||0 c|
|21||Big Boned, Meg Cabot||Mystery||04/22/08||04/28/08||0 c|
|22||Caramelo, Sandra Cisneros||Novel||12/20/07||01/27/08||0 c|
Loved the book. Will probably find ways to bring it up in conversations and insist that people read it.
Liked it well enough. Would probably say that it's a good read, except for [fill in the blank].
Liked it well enough to finish the book but I wouldn't recommend that someone else read it.
So bad I couldn't finish the book. If someone mentioned the book title to me I'd probably shake my head and tell him not to waste his time or money.