Saturday Review of Books: May 26, 2007

As addictions go, reading is among the cleanest, easiest to feed, happiest.
~ Joseph Addison

Welcome to this week’s Saturday Review of Books. Here’s how it works. Find a review on your blog posted sometime this week of a book you’re reading or a book you’ve read. The review doesn’t have to be a formal sort of thing. You can just write your thoughts on a particular book, a few ideas inspired by reading the book, your evaluation, quotations, whatever.

Now post a link here to the specific post where you’ve written your book review. Don’t link to your main blog page because this kind of link makes it hard to find the book review, especially when people drop in later after you’ve added new content to your blog. In parentheses after your name, add the title of the book you’re reviewing. This addition will help people to find the reviews they’re most interested in reading.


1. 3M (The Stone Diaries)
2. 3M (Amos Fortune, Free Man)
3. 3M (Broken for You)
4. 3M (The Color Purple)
5. Literary Feline (The Nazi Officer\’s Wife)
6. Literary Feline (Atonement)
7. Roberta (Water Like a Stone)
8. :: Suzanne :: (Runaway Bunny)
9. :: Suzanne :: (The Measure of a Mountain)
10. Anne (Love Is a Wild Assault)
11. Literary Acquisitionist (Wishlist)
12. cloudscome (Breathing In, Breathing Out)
13. Laura (One Good Turn)
14. SFP (Pedro Paramo)
15. Joy (Everyman)
16. Krakovianka (The Thirteenth Tale)
17. sage (“The Old Man and the Boy”; & “The Ballard of the Flim-Flam Man”)
18. Laura (Last HArvest: How a Cornfield Became New Daleville…)
19. Lynne (Circle of Quilters)
20. Lynne (Three Junes)
21. Lisa (Father and Son)
22. Oengus Moonbones (History of the Ancient World)
23. CoversGirl (Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit)
24. Carrie (Mother-Daughter Book Club & a Contest)
25. Stephanie (Nineteen Minutes)
26. Stephanie (Al Capone Does My Shirts)
27. Wendy (Eat The Document)
28. Carol (Krisitn Lavransdatter)
29. Cathy(The Physics of Superheroes)
30. Barbara H. (A Tree Grows in Brooklyn)
31. Sam Houston (Mistress of the Art of Death)
32. Sam Houston (The Dramatist)
33. DeputyHeadmistress (When Slow is Fast Enough, working with special needs children)
34. SmallWorld (This Rock)
35. SmallWorld (One Thousand White Women)
36. SmallWorld (The Thirteenth Tale)
37. SmallWorld (A Tree Grows in Brooklyn)
38. Cheryl~Copper\’s Wife (children\’s art books on Henri Matisse)
39. Miss Erin (Book of a Thousand Days)
40. Kevin (Mitt\’s favorites)
41. Stefanie (Reading Like a Writer)
42. Just One More Book! Children\’s Book Podcast (Lugalbanda)
43. Musings of a Lady
44. Petunia (The Whipping Boy)
45. Petunia (Medieval Love Poetry)
46. Petunia (Little Black Book of Stories)
47. MFS (On the corner of my desk)
48. Musings of a Lady (My Life as a Doormat)
49. Musings of a Lady (The Thirteenth Tale)
50. :: Suzanne :: (Handy-Dandy Helpful Hal)
51. Quixotical (A Wrinkle in Time)
52. Quixotical (Four and Twenty Blackbirds)
53. Jen Robinson (Hugo & Miles)
54. Matt (Being Dead)
55. Matt (
56. Matt (Atonement)
57. Framed (Stardust)
58. Framed (Good Omens)
59. Carrie K. (Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community)
60. Carrie K. (That Distant Land)
61. In the Pages (The Road)
62. Sandy D. (From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler)
63. Fairest
64. BenjO (Stop Dating the Church)
65. Melanie (Animal, Vegetable, Miracle)
66. Chris Bookarama (My Antonia)
67. Maureen (Gregor the Overlander)
68. Robin (One Writer\’s Beginnings)
69. Jennifer(Searching for God Knows What)

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Thanks to everyone for reviewing, blogging, and linking.

Peruse past Saturday Reviews.

Saturday Reviews: Alphabetical by Title. (an unfinished list)

8 thoughts on “Saturday Review of Books: May 26, 2007

  1. Hey, Sherry.

    As always, thanks for hosting the Review. I linked it to M-mv this afternoon. I’ve been late to the party the last couple of times. We have music lessons Saturday mornings, and sometimes there isn’t enough time to log on before we leave.

    Loved your “Lost” timeline and comments. Master and I think it’s Michael was in the coffin, and we’re also having some Donnie Darko-ish ideas about the plot. Have you folks seen that film?

    Best regards.

    MFS

  2. I wrote about another Newbery winner – one of the few I read and loved as a child, that holds up well over thirty years later. :-)

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