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Aug 102011
 
(graphic courtesy of GReads!)

I’m bringing the Now… or Later feature back! Basically this feature involves you helping me decide if I should read a particular book ASAP, or if it can wait a bit. This came about because of my inability to make a decision when it comes to my TBR pile, so I’m hoping you guys can help a girl out :)

Last week you guys pretty much told me I was totally crazy for not reading Clockwork Angel yet, so that is being bumped wayyy up on the TBR pile – thanks for helping!

This week’s book is…


I absolutely loved Heist Society and Uncommon Criminals, so I’m thinking I need to dive into this series. However, I have heard it’s more on the middle grade side…

So, what do you think? Bump to the top of the pile or hold off? I’d love to hear your thoughts!

  9 Responses to “Now… or Later (5)”

  1. I haven’t read this series but I know that it has a lot of fans and heard it’s a really good one, maybe you should read it now and let me know how it is. =D

  2. I have no idea what this is, so I’m going with later.. haha

  3. I haven’t read this one, but I definitely need to read the Heist Society series. I’ll be interested to know what you think if you do try it:)

  4. I read it a few years ago and it definitely is more on the middle grade side (of course, I teach 8th grade, so it was good for the classroom). However, I love Heist Society much more! In fact, I haven’t read any of the sequels in the Gallagher Girls series. So I say hold off.

  5. I read the first two in this series quite some time ago. I haven’t picked the others up because it feels like I outgrew them a little. Maybe I’m wrong, but I’d say later.

  6. I liked this book/series better than the Heist Society so I say READ! :-)

  7. My middle schoolers and I adore this series! It’s super fun. It certainly has middle school appeal but I think older readers enjoy it too. I adore Ally Carter and her writing style. Very humorous :)

  8. Read it now! I believe its more YA than middle grade

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