Hazy’s dear & trusty ninja cat, Weatherly, was given a mission: To find some new books for Hazy to read. Being the reliable stealthy ninja feline that he is, he chose to accept the mission. And he did very well indeed. After several weeks of scouring bookstores around town, the following are the titles that he acquired.
For the month of September, Weatherly was on fire, chasing one book after another:
- Seraphina by Rachel Hartman (read Hazy’s review)
- Persuasion by Jane Austen
- Found (The Missing series, Book 1) by Margaret Peterson Haddix
- The Mysterious Benedict Society by Trenton Lee Stewart
- The House of Secrets by Ned Vizzini and Chris Columbus
Persuasion and Seraphina were specifically requested by Hazy. The others, Weatherly just randomly picked out titles he thinks Hazy will like. However, The House of Secrets was actually obtained a few months before and Hazy had already read it… Weatherly is uncertain why it’s even in the picture with him (he suspects Hazy and her muddled hazy mind 😆 )
For the month of October, Weatherly had a little bit of help from Odie.
- The Importance of Being Earnest and Other Plays by Oscar Wilde
- Split Second by David Baldacci
- Knots and Crosses by Ian Rankin
- Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding
Odie picked Bridget Jones. He heard it was funny. He wants Hazy to lighten up and not have too much mystery and crime fiction stuff for this haul.
Weatherly is glad to have found The Importance of Being Earnest. Hazy enjoyed the 2002 movie adaptation and she’s been looking for the book for a while now.
They are both happy with this haul.
Any book suggestions or recommendations, dear readers? Weatherly (and Hazy) would be glad to hear from you! It could help him on his next book mission.