Last week I read The 100 by Kass Morgan. It is a futuristic novel about 100 hundred juvenile delinquents. Earth is uninhabitable and has long ago been abandoned. Humans live in spaceship like things that circle the Earth. Resources are running out and the population is getting bigger in desperate need of more space and resources the government sends one hundred teenagers. They struggle to survive in the new world while building a community. The book is told from several perspectives and was sometimes hard for me to follow. It follows Bellamy, Wells, and Clarkes love triangle (of course there has to be one it is a teen futuristic novel). I kind of want to start watching the tv series based on the book. I do not plan to read the second book. It was decent but I wouldn’t push it on anyone to read.
I am constantly on Pinterest. I pin all sorts of things from food to fitness. I even have a book board. Here are some of the things that I have pinned:
Pinterest has all sorts of lists like this one that BuzzFeed has posted. You can find all sorts of sources by typing in things about books. BuzzFeed has lists like 65 Books You Need To Read In Your 20s, The 17 Best YA Books of 2014, 23 Books You Didn’t Read In High School But Actually Should, and The 28 Best Books by Women in 2014. They have a wide range of lists.
Here another thing list similar to several things you can find on pinterest.
Here is a challenge there are several more like this on Pinterest as well.
There are a lot of people that you can follow that only post about books like BookBub where you can “Discover free and discounted bestselling ebooks for Kindle, iPad, Nook & more!”
LSE Review of Books is another person to follow. They publish reviews of academic books across all social science disciplines blogs.
You can find almost anything on Pinterest if you take the time to do a little digging