27 December 2012

Feature and Follow Friday: December 27



Q:  What book do you think everyone should read? If you could gift the entire population with one book?

That's easy, Tamora Pierce's first and greatest book:


I believe it would get them hooked on her world and all the other wonderful books she's written!  Oldie but Goldie!

30 comments:

  1. I have been wanting to read Tamora's Books maybe this is the right time too.

    Happy New Year!

    My FF

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    1. This book is probably the best place to start. It was her first so it's a little rough, and some of the stuff seems cliche now but back in the 70's it was very progressive.

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  2. Awesome choice! I believe everyone would enjoy this!

    New follower!

    Here's my FF :)) am a new follower!

    Kate @ Confessions of a Bookaholic :))

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    1. I believe so too, but then again it's probably my favorite of all books :D

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  3. This one is new to me...I will have to check it out. Here's my FF. New GFC Follower :D

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    1. It's a very old book . . . like more than 30 years. But it's still worth reading, especially to find out where some of those fantasy strong-girl cliches came from.

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  4. I have never even heard of that one... I need to check out some reviews!

    I'm an old follower, you can find my FF post here.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. It's a very old book . . . like more than 30 years. But it's still worth reading, especially to find out where some of those fantasy strong-girl cliches came from.

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  5. I have her books on my list, but I haven't got the time to try them out yet..

    F&F from Mel@thedailyprophecy.

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    1. You should try! There's just something about classics . . .

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    1. Well, it is a 30-year-old book, so the cover is about as dated as the book is. It's great inside, though, I promise!

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  7. Ooh, that one looks great :)

    http://carabosseslibrary.blogspot.com/2012/12/follow-friday_28.html

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  8. New to me will have to check it out.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/12/feature-follow_28.html

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    1. It's a very old book . . . like more than 30 years. But it's still worth reading, especially to find out where some of those fantasy strong-girl cliches came from.

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  9. I've never heard of this one! It sounds pretty good though. :) Old follower.

    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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    1. It's a very old book . . . like more than 30 years. But it's still worth reading, especially to find out where some of those fantasy strong-girl cliches came from.

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  10. I love her books! She was actually one of the first few authors that got me hooked to reading xD

    New GFC Follower.

    -Nyx @ Unraveling Words

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  11. Hi ..
    Just stopping by for the feature and follow friday hop..

    Following you, feel free to follow me as well at the link below. :-)

    BookShelves Of Dreams

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  12. I've seen this series around a lot - I'll have to check it out.

    New Follower - Bookworm Brandee

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    1. It's a very old book . . . like more than 30 years. But it's still worth reading, especially to find out where some of those fantasy strong-girl cliches came from.

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  13. I'm not familiar with the title, but looks cute.
    New Follower.
    My Follow Friday

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    1. It's a very old book . . . like more than 30 years. But it's still worth reading, especially to find out where some of those fantasy strong-girl cliches came from.

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