Friday, January 1, 2010

Books with a Body of Water in the Title


Here's the place to link up your reviews of books with a body of water in the title.

If you don't write reviews or don't blog, please mark your progress in the comments.

7 comments:

writergal said...

I recently read The House by the Sea by one of my favorite authors May Sarton. I found out her mom taught at Winsor School (I went to Simmons College and we shared a soccer field). Her journals are wonderful if people have not read them. I highly recommend all her works.

anzlitlovers said...

Progress so far in an all Australian version of this challenge:
1. A body of water in the title: Searching for the Secret River by Kate Grenville
2. A title in the title: Nothing Like a Dame by Bernadette Clohesy

Lisa Hill, ANZ LitLovers

Bridget said...

In the Lake of the Woods by Tim O'Brien was an excellent read. I found parts of it extremely frustrating, as it recalled a period in American history where it was hard to believe that some people felt activities such as those described were justified, but the writing was excellent.

Lisa said...

I read The Day The Falls Stood Still by Cathy Buchanan.

Rhonda L. said...

In January of this year, I read my BODY OF WATER title: 74 Seaside Avenue by Debbie Macomber. This title is part of the Cedar Cove series set in Seattle, Washington (one of my favorite settings!)--#7 in the series. While not my favorite book in this series, I do love this series, its characters and love reading Macomber books--they're easy reads.

Ellie said...

Dark Day in the Deep Sea is another Annie and Jack book. They have to go to the deep sea and learn about happiness. Jack and Annie get caught with a sea creature that seems bad, but really isn't. This is a good book if you like Magic Tree House books.

Kristi said...

I read Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway and really enjoyed it. I wouldn't have read it if not for this challenge, so thanks for the push.