Originally Posted by Fiestabeth
Yay! Someone else liked it. I read this for a book club and I was the only one who liked it. I felt exactly the same about it. They all thought it was really boring.
57. Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt by Anne Rice
This book was beautiful. It is written from the perspective of the boy Jesus at 7 years old, growing up and slowly coming to the realization of who he is. I was pretty skeptical about...
The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens
The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
The Sea, the Sea by Iris Murdoch
Moby Dick by Herman Melville
The Old Man...
55. Rumspringa by Tom Shachtman
This one is about the running-around period that begins at age 16 when Amish youth are allowed to drive cars, listen to rock music, drink, smoke, etc. before they decide if they want to join the church...
Originally Posted by JERENAUD
I've read 27, and I too have started several that I didn't finish. The chronological aspect reminds me of the list from 'the well educated mind' - theirs has a bit less diversity in...
Originally Posted by laylasmommy
On a funny side note. I just watched the marathon and saw the early episode where Kate gets the tummy tuck. As she's preparing freezer meals she is saying that she does this so...
Originally Posted by Leilamus
ok, totally just downloaded that and started to check things off. damn, 1001 books is a LOT! There are a few just in the beginning that I have in my home right now and have tried...
I just finished Sisterchicks Go Brit! by Robin Jones Gunn. All the Sisterchicks books are stand-alone, so you can read them separately. They are always about two middle-aged women who take a trip together somewhere in the world -...
OMG. The next one where "sandra" leaves weird notes all over an office she doesn't even work at... hilarious!
“please respect that women are scientificaly proven to be cleaner and do not use our bathroom if you are men.”