I am currently read Fathers and Sons right now, and well I am nearly done with it. It is a good book but I absolutely cannot stand Bazarov.
I just want to wring his arrogant, pompous, spoiled, whinny, full of himself little neck.
He is completely insufferable.
First he thinks he is Mr. Superior and that he is the only one who knows anything and looks down on everyone and thinks everyone else are all idiots. And anyone who does not agree with him is
Yay I just got some new books
Ivanhoe ~ Sir Walter Scott
The Eternal Moment and other stories ~ E.M. Forster
Pale Fire ~ Nabokov
Avalon: The Return of King Arthur ~ Stephen Lawhead
Brave New World ~ Aldous Huxley
I really cannot help myself.
In addition to the 13 or so books that I am already reading as just part of my usual reading cycle. And still trying to get things finnished up for this quarter in school, I have decided to try and squeeze in reading two additional books for this month.
I just started reading The Handmaid's Tale, because board late one night, not yet feeling like going to bed I popped onto the Goodreads site and decided to drop in on the groups there I
Updated 03-07-2009 at 11:26 AM by Dark Muse
I use to always be against Book Club type book discussions, and when I say against I do not mean that I generally think they are a bad thing. But for me personally they never really worked because I did not like the idea of having someone else dictate to me what I am going to read and how much time I have to read it.
Though since I got involved in the Faulkner discussion of Light in August I discovered that it can be useful if I choose to partake only in book discussions that happen
It has been a long time since I was able to get new books and so I was quite happy when I had the oppertunity to go to one of my favortie book sales.
So here is my damage:
Monsoon ~ Wilbur Smith
The Awakening ~ Kate Chopin
Sophie's World ~ Jostein Gaarder
The Portable Stephen Crane
The Boleyn Inheritance ~ Philippa Gregory
Love for Lydia ~ H.E. Bates
The Outsider ~ Richard Wright
Nine Stores by J.D Salinger