A weekly meme hosted by Sheila @ One Persons's Journey Through a World of Books.
Had a gobble-gobble good (couldn't resist, LOL!) Thanksgiving and have about 2-3 days of leftovers. Mmm...turkey for breakfast :oD
Under the Dome- Stephen King (click title for review)
Pride & Prejudice- Jane Austen--up to page 82--I've discovered that I enjoy this book best in short stints rather than long ones. I can read a couple of chapters at a time but can't take it much longer than that without wanting to scream "Do something!"
Freedom- Jonathan Franzen--up to page 97--not bad so far, but like The Corrections, I'm struggling to empathize with any character, but like his wry, tongue-in-cheek style.
Love, Stargirl- Jerry Spinelli--up to page 51--I tossed this in my teaching travel bag & had a spare period to start it. It's a breezy read in diary form, but doesn't quite have the spark that Stargirl had.
My Life- Bill Clinton- up to page 244. Have set aside until the nonfiction kick comes back :o)
Her Fearful Symmetry- Audrey Niffenegger--I'll start this after Freedom--looking forward to it!
New Reviews This Week
(Actually, last week, which I forgot to list)
Woody Allen & Philosophy- eds. Mark T. Conrad & Aeon J. Skoble
Ghosts of Mississippi- Maryanne Vollers
Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code- Dan Brown
What have you finished this week? What are you starting this week?
Have a great reading week :o)