Although it shows a little that it was written at a certain point of history, it's still a very good scifi book, and I'm glad I bought it. :)
12. Chesterton - Orthodoxy
Makes a load of good, religious, points - although North Pole and South Pole have been properly conquered since then *LOL*
13. Silverstone - The Kind Diet: A Simple Guide To Feeling Great, Losing Weight & Saving The Planet
A bit blue-eyed and some ingredients are not cheap etc etc, it's still a beautiful, very readable book.
14. Wex - Born To Kvetch: Yiddish Language & Culture In All Of Its Moods
This was very interesting, easy to read and funny too. Great read.
15. Atwood - Eating Fire: Selected Poems 1965-1995
Delicious and with great variety.
16. Cox - Under The Paw: Confessions Of A Cat Man
Unfortunately something I'd advise to borrow before buying, but not a bad read. Didn't keep mine but didn't regret buying it.
17. Moon - Trading In Danger
*Very* good scifi, kickass heroine and everything :)
18. DeSales - The Sermons Of... For Lent (English translation)
Just in time for Easter *lol* Very good.
19. Moriyama & Doyle - Japanese Women Don't Get Old Or Fat: Delicious Slimming & Anti-Ageing Secrets
Felt I already knew most of the points, but no waste to read this. Doesn't make me like fish though *runs*
20. Murakami - Sputnik Sweetheart (Finnish translation)
Typical Murakami feel in this book, liked it a lot. And now I want to go Crete again XD