Happy Monday, everyone! I am happy to report that everyone is safe and sound post-Irene, and our house was unscathed as well. We did lose power for 26 hours and camped out in the downstairs hallway in case the threatened tornado touched down.The storm also afforded me the opportunity to do some reading by candlelight on Sunday night, before we got our power back at midnight. Onto the books!
This past week I read:
The Tiger's Wife
By Tea Obreht
The God of Small Things
By Arundhati Roy
This week on the blog:
David and I reviewed Watermelon Day, I reviewed The Hours by Michael Cunningham, and I wrote about how lovely Anne Lamott is and how fluffy reading is sometimes very necessary.
Coming Up This Week:
Wednesdays with David and reviews of The Tiger's Wife and The God of Small Things
Reading this Week:
By Stephen Kelman
The Boy in the Suitcase (ARC)
By Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis
How did Irene treat you? What are you reading this week? Let me know in the comments!