Thursday, September 1, 2011

By the end of September...

So I don't know what happened, but for some reason August got super productive. Which is crazy considering I graduated from college in August. You'd think I would have been a little too busy. So go me. Now in September (seriously in about a week) I'm moving down to Santa Barbara so again you'd think I'd be to busy to do too much reading, but I'm going to go ahead and make an attempt anyway.

To be Read by the End of September
Dragonwyck - Anya Seton
The Revolt of the Eaglets - Jean Plaidy
Le Mort d'Arthur - Thomas Malory
Enduring Love - Ian McEwan
Against Nature - Jori-Karl Huysmans
The Name of the Rose - Umberto Eco


Anonymous said...

Good luck with your move! Just wanted to say that I really liked Dragonwyck, and there's also a fairly charming film version starring Gene Tierney and Vincent Price. The Name of the Rose was tough for me to get through, but the ending gives a magnificent payoff, so it's definitely worth the read!

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Lucky you Santa Barbara - I'd love to have those temperatures year round and the ocean.

Veronica said...

Chirstina - I'm almost finished with Dragonwyck and I'v liked it pretty well. I'll have to read more by Anya Seton. And while The Name of the Rose looks a little daunting, the medieval Catholic aspect is right up my alley.

Diane - I'm moving from Seattle, so a switch to such dry weather year round will definitely be a little weird!

Fairday Morrow said...

Great picture! Hope your move goes well and you can get in your reading. :)