50. Erec Rex: The Dragon's Eye by Kaza Kingsley
This book was pretty good, but struck me a lot as a kinda Harry Potter rip off. Basically a kid realizes there is a magical world living below (near, and above)our own. He was possibly taken from this world as a child. He gets back into it, help saves it, but as it is the first book in a series all the mysteries are not explained. I am going to look for the rest of the books as they come out as I want to know what happens, but I thought this was just mediocre.
51. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling
52. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by JK Rowling
After I saw the Order of the Phoenix movie I re-read these books in preparation for book 7. woo! Book 7! Anyway, I love Order of the Phoenix, it is one of my favorites. And even reading it right after seeing the movie didn't make me angry about things the movie changed. I do not love book 6 as much. I mean any Harry Potter is better than no Harry Potter, but I felt like a lot was added into this book that was not alluded to before, which kinda disappointed me. I am interested to see how much book 7 will refer back to older books, and how much with just go back to book 6.
53. After Dark by Haruki Murakami
Murakami's newest book, which was kind of strange like all his other books. I liked it, but it didn't have some of the quirky qualities I like in his other books. Still good, though.