I am following Mr. Maurer's, of Coffee for the Brain, lead. The idea is to talk about what I've read for the week regardless of how many books in six sentences. Love this. Thanks, MM.
Last week when I visited my stylist to get my locs tightened I had copy of Liar with me so I shared it with my stylist's daughter who was very interested in it. Of course, I let her keep it. In the meantime, I've been reading Paper Towns by John Green and just like Doret said, I am enjoying it. A few times, I've laughed out loud on the bus on my way to work.
According to very credible sources: my nine-year-old neighbor and my co-worker's eight-year-old daughter, Testing the Ice, is fantastic. Both young readers loved it.