One-Liner Challenge with Whatever’s on the Shelf

Welcome, one and all, to the first tag of the month. This one comes from Moyatorium, so a big thank you for that! This was an interesting one to do.

The Rules:

  • Accept and thank your challenger(s) by linking back to their post.
  • Make a post of one-sentence summaries and/or roasts of at least five books.
  • No spoilers!
  • Link back to The Awkward Book Bloggerso she can see your post.
  • Challenge as many or as little people as you want!
  • Have fun!

 

Now … five books …

 

Yokai Attack! The Japanese Monster Survival Guide

 Yokai Attack

Japanese folklore in an accessible and almost comic-booky style.

 

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Vol 3: Karai’s Path

karai

Find out what happened to Shredder’s second in command.

 

The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory

universe

String theory explained using ants on a garden hose.

 

The Raw Shark Texts

raw shark

A word shark and a cat named Gavin.

 

The Book With No Name

no name

It does have a name: Tarantino does action in book form.

 

And that, as they say, is that! I’m not doing any nominations this time, as I’ve been doing a few of these of late, but if you want to join in, please do feel free!

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7 comments

    1. I do like to mix up my reading a bit. I tend to find that both my book and CD collections tend to have at least a few things that others haven;t stumbled across yet. I find a lot of the ttiles by accident though.

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