Libertarianism by David Boaz - a very good read, getting me into libertarianism even more.
Hamlet. I have an English exam on Friday...
Out of the dolls house - Angela hansworth
I haven't been reading much because of exams so I'm just not in the mood to read more at night, but I started Salughterhouse 5 the other night because it looked like one of the least 'dense' books I had lying around but haven't really got into it yet. I might just wait til after exams and give it another crack because my friend said its one of the best books she's read.
Started Undead and Unwed by Mary-Janice Davidson yesterday. I have the whole series and this must be my fifth time reading it.
Finished Undead and Unwed, now on the second in the series, Undead and Unemployed.
Reading Shadow Mage by Mattew Sprange. It's part of the new Abaddon book line which means it's basically pure, clichéd genre fiction, and it's great fun.
Finished Undead and Unappreciated, now halfway through Undead and Unreturnable. I've got two more of these to read and then on to Falling Leaves
Finished High Fidelity last night, just started Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Finished Undead and Unreturnable, about to start Undead and Unpopular.
Finished The Time Traveler's Wife last night. Gonna try and finish Jane Eyre today and then start working my way through my ever growing 'To Read' pile.
Finished Undead and Unpopular and Undead and Uneasy and now I've run out of Undead books. I'll probably read Falling Leaves next and then maybe something I haven't read for a while, like the Edge Chronicles.
Just got around to reading In The Cut - Susanna Moore again (about sixth time now and it is still as fantastic as it was the first time 5 years ago lol).
Will not start another for a few weeks though - I've been using Alias Grace and that to put off revision lol.