Elegies for the Brokenhearted by Christie Hodgen. It's the best book I've read in years. It so perfectly describes what it feels like to be an intelligent person, who happens to be a Jefferson, living in a society of Brady's.
Just read the short story Guts by Chuck Palahniuk. It really was disgusting, and I did feel a bit like throwing up, but I finished it, and it was pretty funny, despite being so disgusting. Not for the feint-hearted.
About 100 pages into War and Peace at the moment. Only 1300 more to go!
fuck fuck shit fuck
Read Lord of the Flies last week. I'm not sure how I felt about it. I never got that into it, and I thought the end was a bit sudden. But twas grand.
I'm now reading The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath.
A Mad Desire To Dance - Elie Wiesel
Maus: A Survivor's Tale. I'm in part one. I like the story, I like the way it was drawn, and I also think that was a brilliant idea to show people as lirerally different species.
Finished Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. It was pretty good.
I'm now reading Ham on Rye by Charles Bukowski. I really like it so far. It's very depressing, but very funny at the same time
Also reading a number of Medieval texts for college, like Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy. Woo.