- Mountain View, CA, USA
- member since December 27, 2010
Hi there, George. I'm so sorry that it always takes me so long to answer you! School is deffinetly taking its toll. How are you doing these days? Thank you for that small review. The book is deffinetly on my to read list! I haven't read that Capote book, but I will check that out as well :) I must say I have a thing for those environments as well, and as long as the language is good, I'm in!
I must say I have never heard of Christopher Moore, and I must confess that I know very little about American baseball! Yes, one deffinetly need some fun now and then, and books/movies that doesn't take itself too seriously. Once again, thank you for the review, and thank you for the recommendations.
All is well :) but i fear i wont ever be properly thawed out in this country ^^ I need a vacation on some exotic beach or something :P We had a lovely week of spring weather right before easter, and then it started snowing again! aaaarg :P i usually love the snow... but i am soooooo over it by now ^^ i want spring!! green grass and sheer clothing fabrics!
whats new in your world? tell me about some of the stuff you've been up to since the last time we spoke :)
Hi George. I'm sorry it took me so long to write you back. I've been busy writing an essay these last days. It seems like you had a good wonderful trip to Norway :) I guess places always look better when you are on holiday though. I liked Oslo alot better before I moved here! Luckily, spring is just around the corner :) Sure, I would like to be Shelfari friends. I'm gonna follow you back!
Yes, everything seems better with spring/summer, but give me the country side any day :) I see you are reading the Blind Assassin. Let me know what you think of it :) I've been thinking about reading some Atwood this summer, but I think I'm gonna start with the Handmaid's Tale.
I have read a couple of Gaiman book, i just cant seem to get enough i guess :D I've read The graveyard book, Anansi boys, Coraline, American gods, Stardust, Neverwhere, and Good omens. I haven’t tried getting into the Sandman series yet, I’m not so into graphic novels, so it hasn’t been on the top of my list, but a lot of people have suggested it to me since i like so many Gaiman books.
I liked both American gods and Anansi boys. American gods is a lot heavier though, but rewarding if you like old style mythology kind of books.
My personal favorite is Good omens, i finished it late last year and i still chuckle every time i think of it! it's super funny :)
Things in Bergen are as good as ever :) probably as good as they where 10 years ago i guess ^^
I actually lived in the US for 2 years as a child. In the New York area. I never got as far as California though, but its on my list, so some day.
I see you read the graveyard book. I love Gaiman! :D
If you follow me i'll follow you :D