11 May 2012

Follow Friday #32

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FF 2012 Feature & Follow #80

Q: This Sunday in the U.S. is Mother’s Day, in celebration, what are some of your favorite books with strong mother/child relationships?
Uhh...a lot of the books i read are only possivle because the parent is not there to 'limit' their activities. Untrue, yes, but handy. Fathers seem to be of the inspiring type, but i've gotta say i love Shophie and her Mum is Hex Hall and Clara and her's in Hallowed. At least they have a relationship.

Have an awesome Friday,


  1. Great choice! I love Hallowed, and have heard GREAT things about Hex Hall, which is on my forever-growing wish list. Thanks for sharing!!

    New follower. :)

    Have a great Friday!

  2. OOoh! I have got to read the last 2 Hex Hall books! I held off on the second because everyone was saying there's a killer cliffhanger and now I am swamped with too many books! But I like that there are good relationships with parents in books--YA or adult. I have a good relationship with my mom, so I like seeing it in books too!

    Here's my Friday Hops

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  3. I still haven't read Hex Hall yet, but I've heard great things about it! I totally agree about Hallowed. Good answers! :)

    Thanks for stopping by and for the follow! :) I tried to follow you back, but for some reason nothing is showing up! I'm sure it's my computer... it does this sometimes. So I'll try again later from another computer. :)

    Lisa @ Lost in Literature
    My FF & TGIF

  4. I used Hallowed too. And even though the mom isn't in it much Hex Hall is a great one too. Sophie and her mom are pretty funny. I love Sophie's humor. My Feature & Follow Friday

  5. Unearthly and Hallowed are such great choices! I totally forgot about the mother/child relationship in that series! Great choice :) Thanks for visiting and following!

    Crystal @ Elegantly Bound Books

  6. I have neither read Hex Hall nor Hallowed, but I think I just might have too! Following back! :)

  7. Haven't read those books yet but they sound sooooo good!

    Here's my Follow Friday :)

  8. I haven't read Hex Hall, but I've been meaning too.

    Thanks for following! New follower.

    Abbey Ann

  9. Hex Hall was great!
    Happy Weekend :)

    Old email follower (chidoryx at hotmail)

    The Muggle
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  10. I seriously need to read both of these!!

    new follower :)
    My FF

  11. I totally agree with your choices here. I didnt even think of Hex Hall when I read the question. But their relationship is definitely a lot more grounded then other parent/child relationships that I have read in YA books. Good picks. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier, I'm returning some of the love.