Yep I believe Lucy has read it as well. Glad you're enjoying it I think it was definitely marketed incorrectly - it's not in the same vein as DaVinci Code. It's much more well written and intellectual and not as fast-paced. I guess DVC is the title that every publishing company invokes when trying to sell books now!Originally Posted by phat32
I'm about half way through Alexandra Fuller's Scribbling the Cat and am loving it. She is one of the best I've read at painting a picture in a vivid and unique way. Plus, I'm learning more about African history, which will come in handy for my African History class this fall!
Next up is Orson Scott Card's Enchantment - yet another of my mother's that she has signed (both of the Alexandra Fuller's are autographed as well) and that I want to get read before I go back home next week.
I don't know if I'd be up for another Bret Easton Ellis. American Psycho remains the only book I've ever thrown across the room. I don't want to debate the merits of his "message" because I understood his point - I just found it irresponsible, stomach-turning and a handbook for wannabe psychos.