Last few books, final count and final thoughts on the 48HBC.

I'm not writing up full-length responses for these last few, because...  Dude.  I'm beat.

The Puzzling World of Winston Breen, by Eric Berlin:  This would have been the perfect book for the eleven-year-old me.  I even stopped to solve all of the puzzles, even though they cut into my reading time.  What can I say?  I'm a sucker for puzzles.

A Field Guide to High School, by Marissa Walsh:  Cute, but meh.  It made me want to re-read Tribes.

The Bermudez Triangle, by Maureen Johnson:  Adorable and just plain GOOD.  Now I REALLY can't believe someone wanted to yank it.

If a Tree Falls at Lunch Period, by Gennifer Choldenko:  Briana and I both read this one -- she was especially happy that the Queen Bee Bitch character not only almost shared her name (just an extra 'n'), but ALSO spelled her nickname the same way.

Grand total:  9 books, 2293 pages.  I'm pretty okay with my showing, though I'm a little embarrassed that I got so completely blown out of the water by Little Willow the Supernatural Reading Mutant.  Next year, lady.  Next yeeeeeear.

MotherReader, thanks for running things -- I had so much fun!