let me know what you think of it after you take a look...i have been playing around with ordering it....
I'll let you know. I'll look at it tomorrow or if not tomorrow, this weekend cuz I'm oncall.
I am currently reading Pride and Prejudice for my Novel class. I also am reading the Mayor of Casterbridge for my Novel class.
I love The Mayor of Casterbridge. It was a set text for GCSE and A'Level. Haven't read it for years. Am now reading 'Almonds And Raisons' - getting in touch with my Jewish roots!
im actually waiting on the first version of the disney trivia by lou. I ordered it online yesterday so im waiting for that to come. I cant wait to start reading it. That is what i will do this weekend since it is suppose to be freezing outside!!
I'm halfway through the Neal Gabler biography of Walt...very interesting. I just finished "America Alone" by Mark Steyn, and I am awaiting shipment of "Final Impact", the third book in what's known as the "Axis of Time" trilogy, by John Birmingham...an alternate history of WWII.
All my textbooks are quite the page turner!!! :dizzy:
I just finished Chris D'Lacey's The Fire Within. It is the 1st book in a trilogy for kids. I really liked this book, it was really fun to read. I just add the rest of the trilogy to my Amazon wish list. I tried to get into Peter and the Starcatchers and I had trouble getting into it. I might go back to that one, or I may move on to my Flash Cartoon Animation book.
I'm currently reading Tess of D'Ubervilles by Thomas Hardy and Scoop by Evelyn something or other. Both for my novel class!
I've also read a lot of romance books this weekend. if anyone wants some light-hearted fun books to read, try the Debbie Macomber, Cedar Cove series! She releases a new one each year, and there are about 6 out so far, so it's really interesting to catch up with all your favorite characters!
Oh! And one of my all-time favorite books is...
The Mulberry Tree by Jude Deveraux also light-hearted but a good read. It's exciting and a page-turner!
Right now I am reading "The Great Snape Debate" by Amy Berner, Orson Scott Card, and Joyce Milliman.
I am in the middle of Kingdom Keepers- after reading about it here, of course.
I just finished the Giver and Im now reading Eldest (the sequal to Eragon, which is my favorite book)