Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Summer Reads


I hope everyone had a great Memorial Weekend! Nothing too exciting here-- me and my sister just hung out with my brother and his family, had dinner, played a little PlayStation... oh yeah, way exciting ;) I've been reading a bunch of books lately, and am in the mood for something new. I just finished Atonement by Ian McEwan and Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen. Both great reads. Are you reading anything good? If so, I would love to know.
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Be back for more tomorrow-- happy Tuesday!
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{Melissa}
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10 comments:

Rebecca said...

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer is pretty amazing.

Gracie said...

I've read Atonement. I read it after I saw the movie. It was great but so full on.

I'm not reading anything like that at the moment. Just various fantasy books =)

veralicious. said...

hello hello.
i don't actually know you, but i love your blog.

i am currently reading some of my favorite oscar wilde plays and a book called real food by nina planck.

both amazingggggg reads.
hooray for books. :)

lovelove

leni said...

love the photo, and your blog!

Ace said...

Ack! I love your blog? How has it taken me this long to find it? Your posts are just lovely.

Megan said...

Love that photo! One of my favorite things about this time of year is that I finally have the time to read-and it doesn't have to be school-related! Right now I'm in the middle of Addition by Toni Jordan and so far I love it!

Federica said...

This blog is really, really lovely! It's a great find for me!
Come visit mine.

A lot of hugs,
Federica.

Mon Petit Lapin said...

I didn't ever get on very well reading McEwan although I know a lot of people love it, I just finished some Francoise Sagan stories. Have you read unbearable likeness of being? i know its a classic but really a favourite! Happy reading!

Rachel Follett said...

I really liked Water for Elephants as well. Love this photo!

Jennifer said...

Have you read Hawaii? It is a long one (about 1200 pages)...but it keeps your attention the whole way through. I am around 600 pages into it so far.