I was going to pick a Jodi Piccoult book, but after only the first 14 pages, I'd read the 'f' word twice and decided that wouldn't be good. I don't want to subject anyone to reading foul language.
Soooooooo.....I have two selections and I'd like to hear your thoughts.
The Girl Who Could Fly, by Victoria Forester. This is a light-hearted, pretty easy read. Several weeks ago, I came across a recommendation for this book from Stephanie Meyer on her website. She describes it as something like Little House on the Prairie meets XMen. I would have to agree. I quite enjoyed it. I really mean it when I say light-hearted. It isn't meaty and there won't be much to sink your teeth into. Even so, I think you'll like it too, and find it entertaining. It gets 4 out of 5 stars on Amazon.
I recently watched this movie. I was aghast and spellbound. I was thrilled and impressed. Knowing how much more enjoyable a book is than a movie, I decided I had to read it and then decided that maybe it could be part of the vote this month. This book gets 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon and a lot of rave reviews. I think it would be fascinating.
So, there it is. Lay it on me. What do you think?