I hate Dan Brown. But he’s addictively awful.
Finished reading earlier this week. For a history book it was very absorbing and I learned quite a bit that I didn’t know. Excellent example of how politics and art and inextricably linked.
It’s been awhile since I posted, but I read this book about a month ago and it was awesome. I still keep thinking about it. It’s one of those books listed as a “classic” but it gets very little attention, which I’m amazed at, because it was so good. I wish I had read this in high school and my class had discussed it.
My new obsession. Great acting. I’m absolutely in love with Jesse.
So. Freakin’. Hot. I want to climb him and then have horrible things occur between us.
There was something sparkly and pink in my laundry, and it’s called lipstick. My clean laundry is now covered in it and needs a re-wash. I hate when this happens!!!!
My most current read. I really love Nabokov’s language, but sometimes I find the subject matter too disturbing. It’s the first time I’ve ever had to read a book about 20 pages or so at a time because it can be overwhelming. And sometimes I forget Lolita is a kid, and then when I remember I get disgusted all over again. But I suppose that’s a testament to Nabokov’s writing and how amazing he really is, that he can evoke such a strong reaction from me.
Did anyone else have serious library lust after seeing this movie as a kid? I still wish I had Belle’s library in “Beauty and the Beast”. What books do you think she had in there?
This should be something that you ask yourself every time you’re in a new bedroom.
Current Read. Quick, funny, informative, and awesome book.