Soooo, What Are In My To-Read List Now?

OMG, seeing my list overwhelms me. Will I still have the time to read all of these? I want to! They are interesting reads and my imagination is already running wild, like having a cinema inside your head.

These, and some other fanfictions that I read from time to time to give my highly literary mind a break, hahaha! Current read now is David Baldacci’s Last Man Standing.


  • Cara Lockwood – Every Demon Has Its Day [This is interesting, I want to read this as soon as I am done with Last Man Standing.]
    It’s your not-so-typical Girl meets Demon story, where our heroine discovers she’s the Chosen One who must prevent the conception of the Antichrist. Her only helpers are the ghost of her useless almost-ex husband and a talking French Bulldog in a pink sweater. Looks like God likes rooting for underdogs. 
  • Jeffery Deaver – The Broken Window
    A killer has access to the world’s greatest data minercalled Strategic Systems Datacorp. He is using detailed information to commit crimes and blame them on innocents. Lincoln Rhyme, Amelia Sachs, and the characters from the previous books, team up to stop the criminal. 
  • Helen Fielding – Celeb Cause
    It’s about a few years in the life of Rosie Richardson, who decides to go to Africa after she breaks up with her boyfriend, Oliver Marchant, a TV presenter. But after four years working in Nambula, a fictional country in Northern Africa, there’s a famine coming and Rosie turns back to Oliver and his famous friends to get the food they desperately need. 
  • Suzanne Hansen – You’ll Never Nanny In This Town Again
    Hilarious and addictive, this chronicle of a small-town girl’s stint as a celebrity nanny reveals what really happens in the diaper trenches of Hollywood. 
  • E. Lockhart – Dramarama
    Two theater-mad, self-invented fabulositon Ohio teenagers. One boy, one girl. One gay, one straight. One black, one white. And SUMMER DRAMA CAMP.It’s a season of hormones, gold lame,hissy fits,jazz hands, song and dance, true love,and unitards that will determine their future–and test their friendship. 
  • Michael Crichton – Disclosure
    Tom Sandersis an up-and-coming executive at the computer firm DigiCom. When his new boss turns out to be a woman who is both his former lover and a business rival, Sanders determines to be professional. But after a closed-door meeting, the woman accuses him of sexual harassment. It’s her word against his, and suddenly Sanders finds himself caught in a nightmarish web of deceit in which he is branded as the villian. As he scrambles to save his career and his reputation, Sanders uncovers an electronic trail into DigiCom’s secrets . . . and the cynical scheme devised to bring him down.
  • Dean Koontz – Forever Odd
    He’s the most unlikely hero you’ll ever meet-an ordinary guy with a modest job you might never look at twice. But there’s so much more to any of us than meets the eye-and that goes triple for Odd Thomas. For Odd lives always between two worlds in the small desert town of Pico Mundo, where the heroic and the harrowing are everyday events. Odd never asked to communicate with the dead-it’s something that just happened. But as the unofficial goodwill ambassador between our world and theirs, he’s got a duty to do the right thing. That’s the way Odd sees it and that’s why he’s won hearts on both sides of the divide between life and death.
  • Frank Peretti – Nightmare Academy (Book 2 in The Veritas Project)
    The Veritas Project is their code name–but only a handful of people know teens Elijah and Elisha Springfield have been covertly commissioned by the President to investigate strange mysteries that delve into the paranormal and supernatural. Their charge is to find out not only what happened, but why–the
    veritas(Latin for truth) behind the seemingly impossible phenomena. 
  • Philippa Gregory (E-books) Will post the download links of the following later.

The Tudor Series (Download PDF Link)


The Cousins’ War



Sources of overviews and summaries: Wikipedia and Barnes and Noble.

I can’t wait to read them all!


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