Sunday, July 05, 2009

Talking ‘bout BOOKS

I picked up ‘GRASSHOPPER’ by Barbara Vine for two reasons, one because I enjoyed ‘ASTA’S BOOK’ published in 1993, the other, I once lived in Maida Vale, London. Did I enjoy it? Not as much as I thought. Intriguing, interesting & different, it jumped about a bit too much.
Now it’s on to ‘The READER’ by Bernhard Schlink (on loan from a friend). More on the book next Sunday.

Waiting by the bedside is a little night reading, two cooking books, ‘The Shifting Fog’ by Kate Morton, ‘my Life as Me’ by Barry Humphries (from the library).A Barbara Kingsolver omnibus ($4 op shop buy) & ‘Thanks for the Memories’ by Cecelia Ahern ($2 op shop buy).

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