Saturday, March 6, 2010

Winter Tales, pt. 2.


Reading now:

10 comments:

Elisa said...

Yay for Hope For the Flowers! To me, that book is scripture.

Rachel. said...

Yellow was desolate without Stripe.

rachel said...

did you read muriel barberry's gourmet rhapsody too? I just love the description of food in it....and a great quote about farting. and have you read when we were romans?

Jendar said...

did you like "The History of Love"? what about a hundred years of solitude? that's my favorite book but be honest...

Rachel. said...

Rachel, I haven't read her other books, but want to now. I really loved the Elegance of the Hedgehog and now want to name kittens Kitty and Levin.

Jendar, History of Love is one of my favorite books. It was third time I've read it. One Hundred Years of Solitude was so sad to me, maybe, but there were many, many beautiful parts, and I thought it had a great ending.

rachel said...

Dear Librarian, should I read the other Nick Hornby books? I read Along Way Down and liked it.

Rachel. said...

Dear Reader. Yes, you should. Especially About a Boy. That one was my favorite one, and then High Fidelity. I still want to read his newest one, myself: Juliet Naked. I heard it's good. In truth Hornby is almost all I want to read these days.

L'homme pressé said...

I wish I read as much as you. Also I wish I had a magic power. And I wish that magic power was reading as much as you.

L'homme pressé said...

Also, I like your blog too, probably more than you like mine. I justify this belief because I am so much bigger than you and probably have more ability to like things since I am bigger. It's science.

an illdressed foolishwise said...

what did you think of those Maranda July stories?

i wanted to like them much more than i actually did like them.. (of that makes sense)