just started the second book of "1Q84" by Haruki Murakami (don't know whether they also translated into three volumes for the english version, but i'm reading the original version)
and very slowing progressing on "Guns, gems, and steel" by Jared Diamond, great book trying to answer what caused the disparity between the more developed societies and the less ones.
@Joepie, have you ever finished any books then, if you read sooo many side by side at the same time?!
Riders of the Purple Sage. I picked it up 'cuz it was one of my dad's favorite Westerns. It sucks.
I only hope that the inevitable orgy of Mormon-slaying gun violence ends up coinciding with the shellacking Mitt Romney is due to receive in November. That I only read on mass transit and have been riding a scooter to work as of late is drawing out the process considerably.
A Panther in the Basement , by Amos Oz.
just finished My Michael, also by Amos Oz.
Anyway, dont think anyone here would be interested in hebrew literature.
@ Magdalena : turns out the saying is right, that "assumption is the mother of all XXXXXXX "
my fault. the sentence is inappropriate. but really never mean to show a dismissive attitude .
I'm just so in love with his approach of writing recently, but did not find people who can talk to.
@ Isidnar, man, you are just so ( .... ) !!
@ Isidnar, no, in my mind it is actually quite a positive adjective in the ( ).
how about De Donkere Kamer van Damokles...
cannot read a single bit dutch. only capable of reading some spanish.
And so let me be a high school student again (also plan to read Beyong Sleep).
Similar solid assumption: 80 percent of Chinese teenagers start their japanese literature journey in the simple writing from Murakami (if not Ryunosuke).
遇見未知的自己 Financial books
Metaphors We Live By
Cows, Pigs, Wars & Witches: The Riddles of Culture
And forcing myself to finish reading American Gods O_o
the internet seems to be eroding my capacity to read and, quite possibly, to think...