That's cool!!! Right now I'm also reading the Bhagavad-Gita, forgot to mention that before.
I will be reading speaker for the dead and xenocide (sequels to ender's game, by orson scott card) as soon as I get the initiative to pick them up at the library, where they're waiting for me.
And also catch-22, when I pick it up, and also some book about string theory I'm struggling through, and I'm also 'reading' a book of "brain-exercises" or something like that. And I started reading a mindless Xanth book by piers anthony, but I got bored quickly. And I'm re-reading Redwall, too.
(I like to read many books concurrently, as you can see. I get too bored of one book if it takes longer than one session to read)
one of my favorites.The Old Man and The Sea - Ernest Hemingway
Santiago is the Man.
He never gives up, and no one can ever beat him. Ever.
I read The Shipping News and loved it. Has anyone here read Life of Pi?Trystorp! :hi:
Ever read The Shipping News by E. Annie Proulx?
I have read almost every John Grisham novel. I have read all the Harry Potter books and cannot wait to read the 7th! My tastes vary widely.I don't read Danielle Steele, but I do read popular novels a la John Grisham and the like. I just finished To Kill a Mockingbird last night. Emma is the paperback I carry in my purse so I'm never stranded without reading material, so that'll be slow going. Next book in the hopper for home reading is Ruled Britannia by Harry Turtledove. Don recommended it to me.