I’m pretty happy with Goodreads, though. Not the least because I have a place to put a permanent “to read” list that I won’t use. Thanks for recommending it, Sara. And thanks for the recommendations, April. Keep them coming.
Read this month:
Benedict & Nancy Freedman
Accidental Happiness: a novel
Jean Reynolds Page
As cool as I am.
I got the feeling things weren’t going to go well for the protagonist. I put down the book and didn’t every pick it up again.
Men’s Health ultimate dumbbell guide: more than 21,000 moves designed to build muscle and increase strength.
Low-Carbon Diet: a 30 day program to lose 5,000 pounds
The Pirate’s Daughter
I was really into this book for about half of it. It is a very interesting “suppose if” book. Suppose if Erroll Flynn fathered a child with a 16 year old Jamaican girl. Then suppose that girl grows up during the independence movement. I loved the writing style and the twisty and turn-y details. I just didn’t finish it and back it went to the library. Someday.
Legends of the Fall
I hated this movie when it came out so I decided to see if the book was any better. I started reading and became very confused because I was in Mexico, not Montana. I eventually figured out that there were three short stories within the book. I started reading “Legends” on the day it was due as I was taking it to the library and it did seem good. Maybe I’ll get it again soon.
The Rising Sun.
Flipped through it and saw some weird font, things going on. Ran out of time and decided to send this back.