Friday, May 28, 2010

bookth bookth and more bookth

Here's what I am currently reading, now that there is no major "routine" to our day:

You can click on the link above for one review, but here is a blogger I randomly found who liked it while searching for links to share. I think I am going to frequent her blog as a resource for books.
Anyway, Cutting for Stone has 533 pages or something re-dikerous like that, but I am really enjoying it so far (at p 115 or so).
Because it is borrowed from the library and is a 'new' book, I can only keep it for seven days. After which time, I will resume reading the Frank McCourt books my friend Susan is letting me borrow. (T'is, which is the 'sequel' to Angela's Ashes, as well as Teacher Man)
What about you ~
Are you reading anything good this summer?


Perryn said...

i'm gonna be reading coursework books mostly - just started a course to become a dog obedience trainer, but for fun i'll be dipping into a backlog of books that are piled up on my bookshelves - an ecclectic mix of crime thrillers and "feelgood" volumes!

now if only the manx weather will co-operate so i can do my reading of whatever nature out in the garden.....!

Anita said...

Yes, I am reading Good to Great by Jim Collins and the American Creation by Joseph Ellis, who also wrote Founding Brothers and His Excellency: George Washington. Both are wonderful. Did you ever get a chance to read Same Kind of Different as Me?

su said...

My sister made a new year's resolution to read 26 books this year. Wow, I thought... I'll join her! I'm almost finished with #4, The One and Only by Willa Cather.

su said...

I'm almost finished with One of Ours by Willa Cather.