Here’s a list of some books that I’ve read. I might comment on a few of them or all, depending on how I feel. This page is more for me than you, because why should you care what I’ve read. The following are not in any specific order.
* The Road by Cormac McCarthy
Here’s a link:
This one was a tough read for me in the beginning until I got used to the author’s writing style, but I really liked it when I caught on. I’m a little slow sometimes.
I highly recommend this apocalyptic book, but be warned that it contains very graphic violence.
* Flags of Our Fathers by James Bradley and Ron Powers
Here’s a link:
I read it before the movie came out and it helped me enjoy the flick better. It’s a powerful story that got me involved wholeheartedly.
* Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz
Here’s a link: – Dean Koontz – The Official Site
This book was a lot of fun for me because I love the whole seeing dead people thing. I can’t wait to read the next two.
* Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen Dubner
here’s a link: http://www.freakonomics.com/blog/
These guys made economics interesting, mostly. I’ll have to admit that a couple chapters were snoozers. This book is a great conversation starter.
* Less Than Zero by Bret Easton Ellis
here’s a link: Ellis – Less Than Zero
I still feel dirty and I read it a month ago. But I did read it in two days, which says something. One word sum up: compelling.
* I Am Charlotte Simmons by Tom Wolfe
here’s a link: Tom Wolfe: I Am Charlotte Simmons
The first half of this book was fantastic, the great Tom Wolfe made me feel like an eighteen-year-old Southern girl in college. The book slowed a bit for me in the second half, but overall it’s worth the read.
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