anthony bourdain: a cook's tour
but i hear the movie's awful. this book is fabulous!!! it really is. (*****)
irvine welsh: filth
Mark Z. Danielewski: House of Leaves
i was intrigued, so i bought it. now i'm just confused. i'll let you know ...
... i gave it 4 stars because it was just so ODD .. i dunno if i liked it, or not. i gave it a good throw at the wall one night. that must mean something, right? (****)
Truman Capote: Other Voices, Other Rooms
i'll have to read it again. beautiful language. but a tad difficult. sort of turn of the screw in it's simple complexity. does that make sense. (*****)
- any suggestions?
after the success of the last suggestion (the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime, from funkypancake ...) i'm taking more. that one was fabulous. come on readers, suggest a book! email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anthony Bourdain: Bone in the Throat
just started ...
Mark Haddon: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
suggested by dave over at www.funkypancake.com. i was intrigued. i still am. not very far into it, but it's really good so far. different. sweet. odd. yep, my kind of book! i'll let you know ...
fabulous! everyone should read this book. it was exciting and smart and touching and tender and very real and i just LOVED it. bravo! bravo! bravo! (*****)