Favorite Books 2011

Books I read this year that I would recommend to friends, co-workers, and customers.

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My favorite bookstores:

Grassroots Books
660 E. Grove Street
Reno, Nevada 89502
775-828-8665
www.grassrootsbooks.com

Powells.com
2720 NW 29th Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97210
(800) 291-9676
http://www.powells.com

Hicklebee's
1378 Lincoln Avenue
San Jose, California 95125-3010
(408) 292-8880
http://www.hicklebees.com



"If you love quirky, southern fiction, then this book is PERFECT for you. This is a character driven book that showcases the author's talent and understanding of the culture in which this book is written."
Ron Cooper
Published by: Bancroft Press
Edition: Hardcover (ISBN #9781890862701)


"This is a book I loaned out and never got back. Which is a good thing. The young man who received it loves it so much, I didn't have the heart to ask for it back. This is the first in a projected series. I can't wait for the second one!!"
Ty Drago
Published by: Sourcebooks Jabberwocky
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9781402247859)


"Jennifer McMahon's story will have you up all night reading. In fact, from what my customers say, this is one of her trademarks. Who am I to argue? I promptly got all her other books and look forward to reading them."
Jennifer McMahon
Published by: William Morrow Paperbacks
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780061689376)


"A dystopian novel that will make you think seriously about the concept of longevity. What are the ramifications? Which is more selfish, and dangerous, wanting to live forever, or having more than one child? First in a trilogy."
Gemma Malley
Published by: Bloomsbury USA Childrens
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9781599902951)


"First book in The Strain trilogy. Another book that had me up all night reading, and then unable to sleep in the dark for several nights afterward. This is not your grandfather's vampire story. Nope. Much, much, better."
Guillermo Del Toro; Chuck Hogan
Published by: William Morrow Paperbacks
Edition: Paperback (ISBN #9780062068255)



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