Recommended Reads for September 2011

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Here are the Recommended Reads for September 2011. If there are incorrect links, please leave a comment in the post. Enjoy!

Clear Water by Amy Lane — 5 stars (Raine)
Equilibrium by Katey Hawthorne — 5 stars (Raine)
Dead Run: Dangerous Ground 4 by Josh Lanyon — 5 stars (Wave)
Dance with Me by Heidi Cullinan — 5 stars (Damon)
If It Ain’t Love by Tamara Allen — 5 stars (Sirius)
Last Days of Summer by Steve Kluger — 5+ stars DIK (Wave)
A Companion To Wolves by Elizabeth Bear & Sarah Monette — 5 stars (Feliz)
Foxe Hunt by Haley Walsh — 4.75 stars (Buda)
Home Fires Burning by Charlie Cochrane — 4.75 stars (Jenre)
Trust Me by L.A. Witt — 4.75 stars (Feliz)
The Abode of Bliss – Ten Stories for Adam by Alex Jeffers — 4.75 stars (Sirius)
Zero Hour: A Dystopian Adventure by Jordan Castillo Price — 5+ stars DIK (Wave)

10 thoughts on “Recommended Reads for September 2011

  1. Wave

    It looks like I managed to find a few great books in September. :shock: Of course I have a bunch I haven’t had the courage to review as yet. :help:

    1. Aunt Lynn Post author

      Wow, look at that. My second mistake of the week (Wave and I are having a contest :) ). I’ll correct that.

  2. Raine

    Hi Aunt Lynn,

    I recommended Katie Hawthorne/ Equilibrium/Loose Id, and I guess I didn’t link it in correctly :???: sorry. Can you add it to this list of excellence please. Thank you.

    1. Sirius

      And may I just say what an awesome story Equilibrium was Raine :) Thank you and squeeek, you are back officially.

    2. Aunt Lynn Post author

      Got it, Raine. Just check the “Recommended Read” box in the tags in the future and I’ll make sure to add it. :)

  3. Annie K

    Just finished Twice-Caught by Syd Mcginley, the second in the series Out Of The Woods…it was amazing. Highly recommend it. Just came out a week ago.

    1. Wave

      Buda is reviewing Twice Caught. It always depends on the reviewer’s opinion whether or not a book is rated highly enough to make the cut.

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