Now reading: Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, by Susanna Clarke.
No, it's not about Grelf.
It's about early 19th century English magic, and I'm only about 50 pages in, and it's thoroughly charming thus far...
But.. but... neil gaiman said it was a delight from start to finish, or whatever. So it must be true...
"Too long"? "Kindling"?
(beer of choice - Warsteiner)
(book - "The Stupidest Angel" by Christopher Moore) absolutely hilarious so far...
LS: Finishing off the Coors Lite before the Heineken is not a mystery; it is a travesty!
It's been out for a few years, but nonetheless a good book.
Always something new to find that I missed the last time around.
I picked up Lung's book because I wanted to control my mind. And control my response to crazy situations. See workplace room, and Ig can move that into rant or File 13 if he wants to. However, Lung's book is great for those corporate types who want to avoid the back-stab game.
I've just spent a few hours plowing through reviews on fitness books on Amazon, and there's stuff I wish I had known 10 years ago. I wouldn't have blown $300 on junk. I'll be taking the junk to the library book sale.
The Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break by Steven Sherrill is probably the best novel I've ever read. Check it out: