Just read,"The Pearl" by John Steinbeck. For some reason, I missed reading it as a tween for junior high school. It was never assigned but whatever. I really enjoyed it. It read like a folktale. I get why it's a classic and I get more why Steinbeck is awesome.
I just finished reading I Am Malala. It was an amazing book and I would highly recommend it. I also am participating in a reading challenge. If you are familiar with Gilmore Girls, you know that there are a lot of books mentioned. I have a complete list of all the books mentioned in a hub I wrote, Gilmore Girls Reading Challenge. Check it out for the names of some great books!
I am reading Father Sergius, by Leo Tolstoy and next up is The Kreutzer Sonata. Before that I finished the Southern Reach Trilogy, by Jeff Vandermeer - contemporary fantasy/ horror novels, with a lovecraftian feel.
The Associate by John Grisham. The guy keeps ticking. Though this one was a bit sinister, don't know what to make of it really. Is it big business, big corporations were the law has nothing to do with anything and its all about money, is this the American dream or the American dream "they would want us to believe in and its sadly not true for many people …………a pity. I am starting on a book by Elizabeth George…..something to do with Guernsey……care to give me the title….would sure appreciate it because I keep forgetting
Have you ever read a book that had you looking over your shoulder?A long time ago I read a book by Peter Straub, "Ghost Story" and it was so terrifyingly eerie, I had to sit with my back to a wall as I was so...
I've seen a few forum threads/questions about reading lately - asking what types of books you like to read, or how many you've read in the past year, etc....but none have simply asked: what book are you reading right...
Do people nowadays prefer to read in the Internet rather than actual books?Do people read books at all nowadays? I noticed that not many people prefer to go to the library for books, what do you think?