All of these books look so interesting!Right now I'm reading Eat, Pray, Love, and I just ordered Dante's Inferno and A Midsummer Night's Dream [I haven't read wither since high school]. I'm making it a small goal of mine to read a lot this summer! :]
Lucky lucky you to not have an AP summer reading list. Books I love: anything and everything written by David Sadaris, and the collected plays of Neil Simon.
I'm reading The Memory Keeper's Daughter...I love it so far. Not quite finished yet!
Oh my gosh, it's been a while! Thanks for your blog comment, though, it reminded me of how much I adore your blog. A few things:a) I LOVE Margaret Atwood. I've read a couple books by her before and am reading "Lady Oracle" right now and everything she does is just so great. I love that you're reading herb) East of Eden is definitely on my list too. Same with Brothers Karamazov. c) "Eating Animals" looks SO good. I want to read it, you'll have to let me know what you think. Have you seen Food, Inc? It's awesome and I think you'd like itd) You are superb.
Mandy, I love a midnight summers dream! And I have been intrigued by dantes inferno for awhile but have yet to read it...yes, that's an amazing goal!Catherine, oh I feel your pain. I've had many summers of ap required reading...somehow school seems to suck the fun out of even literature! Stink. Good luck w your reading! And thanks for the suggestions, I'll have to look them up!Kelly, oh I haven't read that! But I have definitely heard it's good. May have to add to list!Christine, ohmygosh it's been too long. I am so excited to read Margaret atwood, all the books of hers I've come across look fascinating! And I have been wanting to read eating animals for sooo long, and kind of can't wait, so I will def let you know!! Oh wow, you're so awesome! I'm so glad I went to your blog and you came to mine..hooray!
i'm such a book nerd, i love reading so much so this made me all happy! foer is a great author, too!
Quite the inspiring list of reads! I'm currently reading "Onward" by Howard Schultz which is about when Starbucks suffered a setback and needed to be dug out in order to reclaim its magic. Very interesting to say least...there's a big heart behind such a corporate brand!
yay for East of Eden!!!
if you want to, you can say a little hello here. i wouldn't mind it at all.