The Best (First Half) of 2007

I can hardly believe 2007 is already half over! In looking through the books that I’ve read these past 6 months (around 76 so far), here are 13 of my favorites so far this year:

1. Scent of Shadows: The First Sign of the Zodiac, by Vicki Pettersson – Reviewed Here

2. Bitterwood, by James Maxey – Reviewed Here

3. Rebel Fay, by Barb and J.C. Hendee – Reviewed Here

4. Storm Front, by Jim Butcher – Reviewed Here

5. Greywalker, by Kat Richardson – Reviewed Here

6. Eldest, by Christopher Paolini – Reviewed Here

7. Taste of Night:The Second Sign of the Zodiac, by Vicki Pettersson

8. The Rover, by Mel Odom – Reviewed Here

9. City of Bones, by Cassandra Clare – Reviewed Here

10. Project U.L.F., by Stuart Clark – Reviewed Here

11. The Cleaner, by Brett Battles – Reviewed Here

12. The Rest Falls Away, by Colleen Gleason – Reviewed Here

13. Lord of the Libraries, by Mel Odom – Reviewed Here

19 thoughts on “The Best (First Half) of 2007”

  1. I’ve read one of those, a couple more are in my TBR pile, and I’m going to have to check out the rest–they sound great!

  2. Great minds think alike, this is my Thursday Thirteen topic if I ever get around to finishing it and posting it. I have a hard time picking. 🙂

    I want to read Mel Odom, but I am having some trouble getting “The Rover”. I hope to read it one of these days, but we will see. Next time I need new books (which really should be never), I am going to get some of the books that have mentioned…

  3. Kailana – Cool. I’ll come see your list when it’s up..
    It was hard choosing, but I usually write my TT’s on Wednesdays so I have longer to think about the list.
    I think I got my copy of THE ROVER from Amazon. Maybe even used, because it was cheaper. His older books are harder to find. But is a great source to find rare books at the cheapest price!

  4. I’ve got a few of those in my pile. Have you read Blood Ring by Faith Hunter? That’s one I’ve been thinking about getting.

  5. Shiloh – No, I haven’t heard of it. I looked it up on Amazon just now, and it sounds interesting, with varied opinions from reviewers. I’ll wait to see what you think about it before getting it.. lol

  6. Wow, that is alot of reading for 6 months! Bravo!

    I agree, it is hard to believe that the year is almost half over. It is wild how fast time passes by.

    Being a sci fi fan and a Christian, there is a link at the end of today’s post of mine that you might want to check out and weigh in on.

  7. I’m reading Storm Front at the moment (its my read at home book) and a couple of the others are on my TBR pile, but some are new to me, so I’ll have to check them out the next time I’m at B&N. Happy TT.

  8. Carl – Thanks.. I’m just a reading machine lately!

    Gypsy – Your site is now blocked here at work. lol.

    Christine – Thanks! And I love writing them… when it means I get free books in exchange. lol. It just feeds my addiction.

    Kailana – I’ll check it out!

  9. I admit, I haven’t read any of the books from your list, but I have heard of Jim Butcher…Darla trying to get me to read that one *duck head from Darla* hehehe

    Happy TTs!

  10. I was scrolling through those, thinking I haven’t read any, what comment can I make 😉 but then I spotted The Rest Falls Away, and I have read that one. And I realyl enjoyed it. Just in case the books on my TBR pile are feeling lonely I’m going to make note of a few of those other titles

  11. I’ve got both of Vicki Pettersson’s books and Colleen’s in my TBR pile. I haven’t read any Mel Odom….may have to pick one up!

    Great List!

  12. well the only one i’ve read is ‘the rest falls away’ but i do have a copy of ‘greywalker’ waiting to be read. maybe i’ll make that my next one.

  13. Yep, I would put the Zodiac books in my top ten as well.

    As far as the rest of your list….I should just copy into my list of things I want to read.

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