i bought it a year ago... read it, loved it, then reading it now a year later made me acknowledge the fact that i still haven't quite improved yet... but i did improved. "repetition is key" its says somewhere there... so this is reading number 2...
for anyone who thinks he has no time or knows he has time but is having difficulty getting things done...when he knows he should! i recommend this
It's been a while since I last read a Bond novel, so once I saw this one I picked it up with no hesitations. This is a further example of why the novels will always be better than the films... no x-ray glasses and invisible cars, just a hell load of violence and complexities.
Memnoch26 wrote:.... Am currently on Dexter by Design by Jeff Lindsay
I am (or was) a Dexter fan I bought and read Darkly Dreaming Dexter just 30 minutes after finding out it existed in Fullybooked, sadly I was very disappointed. How's Dexter by Design working for you?
I'm currently re-reading Plath'sThe Bell Jar. Last time I read it was 4 years ago, and now I'm really amazed at how well she describes general feelings and human emotions as if I could actually transfer her experiences into my memory and make believe I own them. I'm not a fan of her poetry, but her novel impresses me. I'm at the part where she's watching the horrible yet beautiful image in the mirror. Slowly and slowly I'm begininning to believe she exists, not that she never existed (Plath will exist just as long as internet and paper will exist) but I feel like I actually know her, that she's here with me, in my thoughts whispering fistful of thoughts.