Monday, April 19, 2010

Favorite Book: Dance Upon the Air


Every spring I find myself coming back to this trilogy of Nora Roberts. It's a quick read, and I know exactly what's coming. But there's just something comforting in re-reading a well-loved book.

I love the theme of magic that runs through this trilogy as well as some of her other trilogies. In fact, there are three sets that I try to read every summer. The Three Sister's Island trilogy, the Key books and the Garden books.

Such a wonderful way to ring in the season. A good book, a nice cup of tea and a snuggly spot to while away a few hours.

What's your favorite book that you absolutely have to read each year?

Also, don't forget about my giveaway. You have until this Saturday at 11am to get your entries in. There will be two winners. One for the most entries. (You can do multiple random acts of kindness.) And one chosen at random.

There are a few Easter eggs or random things to do that can give you more entries. (Hint - check my giveaway tag. It might clue you in on an egg that no one's gotten yet and is really, REALLY easy!!!)

2 comments:

Smart Ass Sara said...

I haven't read this one but I love her garden series and the chesapeake saga. LOVED that one. :)

Have you read any Linda Howard? She's in my top 5 authors.

My name is PJ. said...

There isn't a book that I reread each year. I've only read a handful of books more than once, among them: John Jake's North and South Trilogy; Angela's Ashes; The Gift of Fear; and Blue Like Jazz.

I need mysteries and psychological thrillers in the summer and they aren't mysterious or thrilling a second time around. :)