Sunday, July 10, 2011

Vintage Reads: Voting for August

I thought this month would do things a little different for Vintage Reads. I'm guessing you saw the poll on my sidebar, well, it appears that you would like the theme to be Male Main Characters for August (so it is voted, so it shall be). So with that in mind I have put together, what I think, is a fairly interesting list of books.


Granted I have already read each and everyone of the following books at least one or more times, but on the bright side I have yet to review any of them on the blog.

So without further ado, I present to you the list of books with Male Main Character that you get to choose between (personally, I love them all). Cheers. =)
Cold Case (Net Force Explorers, 15) by Tom Clancy,  2001. Published by Berkley
In the year 2010, computers are the new superpowers. Those who control them, control the world. To enforce the Net Laws, Congress creates the ultimate computer security agency within the FBI: Net Force.
Thieves Like US (Thieves Like Us, 1) by Stephen Cole, 2006. Published by Bloomsbury.
Jonah Wish, a brilliant computer hacker, is the newest addition to an elite group of teen outlaws all hired by the same mysterious benefactor, Nathaniel Coldhardt
The Recruit (Cherub, 1) by Robert Muchamore, 2005. Published by San Val.
CHERUB agents are highly trained, extremely talented—and all under the age of seventeen. For official purposes, these agents do not exist.
Sleeper Code (The Sleeper Conspiracy, 1) by Tom Sniegoski,  2006. Published by Razorbill.
Teenager Tom Lovett suffers from a rare form of narcolepsy that can knock him out for days at a time. At least, this is what his parents and doctors have always told him. But Tom’s about to make a shocking discovery: He’s actually a sleeper assassin.
 Now that you have seen this months options, you can vote for your chice HERE.

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