June 28th, 2011

-sg1headwall

Books 21 - 30.

21. Wilde - The Picture Of Dorian Grey
It took me this long to read it, but anyway, I loved it a lot. :)

22. Krakauer - Into The Wild
Bought this in Italy. The guy is very much a flawed person in many ways, but some of the best sides (even in the light of how things ended) were great to read. :)

23. Dick - Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?
Yes it's different some ways from the movie (which I saw first), but it doesn't make the movie inferior (or the other way around). Worth the read definitely.

24. De Montfort - True Devotion To The Blessed Virgin
He's a bit of a "one way to go" kind of opinion-holder yet this does have its good points.

25. Rust & Raffetto - The Calorie Counter For Dummies
I don't live in America nor have the means to eat there, but it's interesting to read all the numbers - reading numbers is not a chore to me here - and the small bits at each end do give me good pointers in my current life; I know I should organise myself foodwise *lol*

26. Rugg & Murphy - A Book Addict's Treasury
Basically literature snippets about loving and living with the books, in many ways. I really liked it, and it's inspiring.

27. Edlund - The Power Of Rest
Simple and yet deep reading; some points I knew already but there was some realisations for me too. <3

28. B. Franklin - The Means & Manners Of Obtaining Virtue
A re-read of a little book that shows one way of organising oneself. Not necessarily the best for everyone to do, but a quick inspiration-read.

29. Banks - Feersum Endjinn (borrowed from the library)
Slowly opening, interesting read. Some parts were hard to read due to that viewpoint-person's way of writing language which slowed my reading, but in the end it didn't bother me.

30. St Alphonsus Liguori - Visits To The Blessed Sacrament & The Blessed Virgin Mary
A little book to use during this form of devotion, working very nicely :)
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