FF #32 – Funny Books

Posted November 12, 2015 by Lillian in Features / 2 Comments

feature&follow-friday-logoFeature & Follow Friday is hosted by Parajunkee @ Parajunkee’s View and Alison @ Alison Can Read. Each week the two hosts post a question for Book Bloggers to answer, provide a link-up, and choose a participant to feature on their blogs. If you participate, the point is to follow others and in return gain followers.

Welcome to this week’s edition of Feature & Follow! I’m Lillian in case you didn’t know that already 😉 I started blogging a year ago and it has been a fun and crazy year! I read pretty much anything that is placed in front of me, I’m a bit of a cover snob, and I tend to gravitate to young adult fiction. Why young adult? Well, it’s usually a cleaner read than adult fiction, there’s plenty of action/suspense, and who can resist a romance about first love?!

My blog features whatever I happen to be in the mood to read. I’ve had some fun interviews with authors and characters and hope to do more in the very near future. Please join me in some bookish adventures. You can follow via Bloglovin or anyway you choose 😀

This week’s questions is: “What are the funniest books you’ve ever read?”  suggested by Alison Can Read

The funniest book I’ve ever read is Backward Compatible by Pete Clark and Sarah Daltry. It’s about two gamers who meet a girl at a midnight release of a game and somehow the trio wind up spending Christmas break together playing the game. It has a little romance, a lot of humor, and if you’re a gamer or former gamer or even if you just know a gamer, you’ll fangirl over the geekiness that is thrown in. One of my favorite lines from the whole book (and it is one of my all-time favorite quotes too):

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Seriously I laughed until I cried reading this book. I even woke my husband up in the middle of the night snorting  because I was trying to be quiet.

Now a little FYI in case you decide this is a must read (because it is!): this is classified in the new adult category. Mainly this is because of the strong language but there are some pretty heavy innuendos, no erotic scenes though.

What books have you read that you found funny?


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…or follow any way you chose 😀

Remember this is a blog hop. Be sure to visit the other blogs and give them some love too!

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