Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Fall reads.

Reading now:

7 comments:

Erin said...

Love Inkheart! I bet it would be even better in German (the translation can be a little clunky) but unfortunately I can't read German.

Lauren Kay said...

I'm glad to see you read what I've deemed fluff books too. Sometimes I think I'm the only one who wants to read young adult novel fluff, but you have a good mix of that and actual good books. But, I really liked the Ugly series. I think it makes you think about what we value in society and especially as you realize that we're probably the "Rusties". Fun stuff. I'll have to look up some of the other books!

L'homme pressé said...

I just decided to read Siddhartha again. That book kind of changed everything for me way back when. My fall reads are, Siddhartha, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier Clay, A Biography of Stephen Hawking, The Little Prince, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (I read this every time it starts getting dark, I like it) and I think I might try to re-read The Road before it comes out in the theaters (an event I am sure will disappoint). So, there is all that. If I finish or get bored I am going to pick a random one from your list, unless you suggest one to me, which I hope you do.

L'homme pressé said...

oh, and The Virgin Suicides, I've been putting that one off for too long.

ingrid lola nilsson said...

ahh haha! I'm dying to read Forever! ha ha!

Todd Langston said...

Kierkegaard, "THEE individual"! The christian existentialist, the subjective truth seeker! Let me know what you think of that book. I've only read bits and pieces of his work and stuff about his life.

Todd Langston said...

... also Sarte. I really really really need/want to read him SOON. Let me know how that one is too?

Read on friend :)