If it means anything to you Star, when I want a change of pace, I read about Quantum Physics. Got started on that by reading Richard Feynmans autobiography. That got me onto In Search Of Schroedengers Cat, and Chaos Theory. Now this is from a guy that barely made it through Chemistry in high school but I chalk that up to them not letting us blow anything up :rofl
Oh and I started The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove by Christopher Moore. He also wrote:
Island of the Sequined Love Nun
The Zero Game by Brad Meltzer.
good book so far!!
the catcher in the rye by j.d salinger
the book is ok lol :moo
Divine, Do you have this driving compulsion to buy this book a lot?:lol
*makes note to keep an eye on Divine* :cyclops :laugh
Originally Posted by Ilikai
My hubby reads nothing but non-fiction. Well, every 5 years or so he picks up a Zane Grey but that doesn't really count. If I hadn't watched him over the years enjoying it I would never believe it was actually fun for some people. :nod
Originally Posted by Stargazer
Wow, I actually have found two other people that share my weird reading habits. I guess that Ilikai, hep's hubbie and I should start our own book club :laugh
The meeting will now come to order. Now, who has read Gilmore's "Quantumland"? :nerd :laugh :laugh
As for normal reading, I've been rereading "Angela's Ashes" this week.
"Homecoming" (for school)
"Dicey's Song" (also for school)
"A Walk to Remember" (I liked the movie.)
"Speak" (I've heard good things about it.)
"Can You Sue Your Parents for Malpractice?" (Sounded interesting.)
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