For Weekly Geeks this week, I'm delving into Dewey's archives as instructed and digging up Weekly Geeks #2.
An invitation: If we've reviewed the same book, please post the link in the comments and I'll place a link to your review in the body of my review post. This goes for future reviews as well as any in my archives. Please post a link to your review, not here, but in the comments of the review itself.
Here are the books I've reviewed or highlighted on Worducopia:
Skim, a graphic novel by Mariko Tamaki
Breakfast in Bridgetown, nonfiction about Portland and breakfast, by Paul Gerald
Skate, fiction by Michael Harmon
Sweethearts, fiction by Sara Zarr
The Last Exit to Normal, fiction by Michael Harmon
The Disreputable History of Frankie Laundau-Banks, fiction by E. Lockheart
Attack of the Theater People fiction, by Marc Acito
Resistance, memoir by Agnes Humbert
The Longest Trip Home, memoir by John Grogan
Blue Genes, memoir by Christopher Lukas
The Rules for Hearts, fiction by Sara Ryan
The Swap, fiction by Antony Moore
Too Cool to be Forgotten, graphic novel by Alex Robinson
Guernica, fiction by Dave Boling
Getting the Girl, fiction by Susan Juby
Diets for Healthy Healing, nonfiction by Linda Page
Freeze Frame, fiction by Heidi Ayarbe
The Film Club, memoir by David Gilmour
Just Do It, memoir, by Doug Brown
The Shiniest Jewel, graphic memoir by Marian Henley
Wife in the North, blog-in-a-book by Judith O'Reilly
When We Were Romans, fiction by Matthew Kneale
Ten Cents a Dance, fiction by Christine Fletcher
The Castle Corona, juvenile fiction by Sharon Creech
The Complete Persepolis, graphic memoir by Mariane Satrapi
Sins of the Fathers, fiction by Chris Lynch
The Hours, A Home at the End of the World, Specimen Days, and Flesh and Blood fiction by Michael Cunningham
Ron Carlson Writes a Story, The Speed of Light, Five Skies and A Kind of Flying by Ron Carlson
Phew! That was a lot of html!
I also have reviews coming soon of The American Boys' Handy Book, My Father's Paradise, Peak, and The Adoration of Jenna Fox. If you've already reviewed any of those books, no need to wait. Go ahead and post the link in the comments of this post.