Thursday, July 7, 2011

Blog Hop and Follow Friday!

Happy Friday!


Follow Friday:

Parajunkee is the host of this event

Q. Let's step away from besties...What is the worst book that you've ever read and actually finished? 

I have to say it was Wuthering Heights!













It was just plain awful, nothing happens except people being cruel to one another!

Blog Hop:

Crazy for books is the host for this event 

Another blogger's giveaway: 

Staying true to my Harry Potter theme, here is some HP related giveaways:


For more giveaways, visit my Win on Wednesday post.

*Today I want to share this video with you all:



Welcome to my Harry Potter themed book blog :)

13 comments:

Jez said...

I actually like that novel. Though the drawls are terrible.
P.S HP rocks!

Have a nice weekend!

Jez

http://jezsbookcase.blogspot.com

Lauren B said...

Wuthering Heights is not the best. Jane Eyre is much better.
Here's my HOP
Have a good weekend.

Sally @ Bibrary said...

Hi, hon - already a follower, but sharing the Friday love anyway. I remember Wuthering Heights . . . not my worst school-mandated read, but certainly one I'm quite content to never think of again.

Sally @ Bibrary Bookslut

Jessica@a GREAT read said...

Don't think I ever read Wuthering Heights and ow I probably won't either!

Here's my Friday Hops

Have a GREAT weekend!!

Old Follower :)

Lea said...

Old follower hopping through!

This is the second vote for Wuthering Heights as worst book ever read and finished-- hmmm... I don't think I will be reading this one!

You can see my FF post for this week at the link below-- have an awesome weekend!

Lea @ LC's Adventures in Libraryland

Whitney said...

Wuthering Heights is one of my favorite books but I think its a novel that you either love or you hate. Oh, and yeah for Harry Potter!
Have a great weekend.

Books Ahoy said...

I've never read Wuthering Heights. New follers :D

Books Ahoy
www.books-ahoy.blogspot.com

Alexis @ Reflections of a Bookaholic said...

While I liked Wuthering Heights, I can so see how this could be your choice. If a more contemporary book was like that, I would throw it at the wall.

Alison Can Read said...

Hopping through. I only read W.H. last year. I found it interesting but the characters were quite unlikeable.
My Hop

Madigan McGillicuddy said...

Oh, I liked Wuthering Heights. It filled my jonesin' for more Jane Austen-like material, after I'd read everything I could get my hands on of hers. Of course, now readers are spoiled for choice, seems like there's a new Jane Austen spin-off every day of the week. It's practically a genre unto itself.

Alyssa (Reader's Refuge) said...

I've seen Wuthering Heights listed on a few other blogs as their answer as well. I haven't read it, so I can't share in the misery. :P

New follower!

Alyssa
Reader's Refuge

michelle said...

Great post, I have never been a fan of the classics and dont think I have ever read one without it being for school.
*New follower*

http://muchlovedbooks.blogspot.com/2011/07/book-blogger-hop-78-711.html

aloi said...

a new follower, and an HP fan too :)

wuthering heights - i loved that one! but i agree it was a lot of cruelty, though i guess that was the sad, sad point.

as for the giveaways: thank you! i'm hopping over the to join!

guiltlessreading.blogspot.com

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