100 Books in 2012: #8

The Time Machine by H.G. Wells was amazing. it’s fairly short, about 110 pages, but looks at humanity in a whole new light I’d never really thought about before. It has a bit of a slow beginning, but once it picked up I couldn’t put it down. I definitely recommend this to those who love science fiction.

1) Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins
2) Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins
3) Gloria – Mark Coovelis
4) Blindsided – Richard M. Cohen
5) I Love my Rifle More Than You – Kayla Williams
6) Sing you Home – Jodi Picoult
7) Nobody Nowhere – Donna Williams
8) The Time Machine – H.G. Wells


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