The Compulsive Reader: Cool New Releases!

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Cool New Releases!

Hey everyone.,

There are a few new and really cool books out today! Check them out!

Sorority 101: Zeta or Omega? by Kate Harmon

Jenna, Roni, and Lora-Leigh couldn't be more different. But when these three girls arrive on the campus of Latimer University, one thing will pull them together: sorority recruitment. Roni has been looking forward to it for months and knows which one everyone expects her to belong in. Jenna decided to try it on a whim, but is worried that if she does, everyone will discover the secret she is desperately trying to keep hidden. Lora-Leigh is doing it just to please her mom, but will she find that sororities are more than just superficial groups of girls? Throughout the recruitment process these girls will become friends, defy expectations, and learn to decide for themselves what they truly want.

Zeta or Omega? is a satisfying and wholesome read. Jenna, Roni, and Lora-Leigh have a sense of realness about them that will make them instantly likable and entertaining characters. Harmon has a real knack for capturing the fun, exciting, nerve-wracking, and overwhelming feeling of those first few weeks of college. This pleasurable read will abolish any of those preconceived notions that sororities are just full of shallow girls who like to party, and will be sure to reel in countless readers.

The New Sisters by Marley Gibson

Sequel to Zeta or Omega?, The New Sisters looks to be just as fun filled as its prequel. I can't wait to read it myself!

Click here to learn more!

Oh. My. Gods. by Tera Lynn Childs

I'm really jazzed about reading this one! It is on my To-Read list, so expect a review real soon!


TinaFerraro said...

Three fabulous books by two fabulous ladies!

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