lolita is a really good book. i liked it lots; i want to read more nabakov. i keep meaning to read master & margarita but have never got round to it. it is supposedly excellent.
Struggling my way through The Pisan Cantos.
The Time Travellers Wife by Audrey Niffenegger and Little Face by Sophie Hannah
When The Bough Breaks - Jonathan Kellerman
It does take a while to get into but I persevered as I had been told it gets much more exciting and I am really enjoying it. I have found when reading something I have already read before the book becomes all the more enjoyable..but thats maybe just me.
Happened to pick up Small Gods at around midnought, and finished it around 3. I am now absolutely shattered.
I'm currently reading through Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk whenever I get the time, whilst flicking through books on music and such.
Just finished Less Than Zero by Bret Easton Ellis, can't believe I haven't read any of his sooner. It's a good read, if all a bit aimless, but I suppose that's the point!
The Collector- John Fowles
Joseph Heller - Catch-22
Simply because I never got round to it when I was 'supposed' to.
The Battle for Spain: The Spanish Civil War 1936-1939 by Antony Beevor.
I am now annotating Lolita and consulting a dictionary appoximately 5 times a minute.
Orlando Figes - A People's Tragedy: Russian Revolution