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- OH, USA
- member since July 3, 2007
not bad, not bad. we just finished crime and punishment and are currently reading things fall apart. mr folkerth is pretty ligit, and fair. i really like the book discussions. what are you up to? i heard something about an administration job in wadsworth or something.
I just finished Pride and Prejudice and Zombies today, FINALLY. I stand firm on my assertion that it remains one of the best pieces of zombie literature out there. It would make a good addition to the summer reading list; in order to read P&P&Zombies the student must also read the original Pride and Prejudice. It would lead to a great classroom discussion concerning their differences... at least for a couple of minutes!
so my sister has all four twilight books out of the library.
since i have a month of open time for reading over break, i figured i'd see what all the hullaballoo is about.
i've come to the conclusion that they are romance novels for pre-teens.
either that or an elaborate metaphorical PSA about waiting for marriage.
what did you think about them?
College life is going really well. I have a ton of time to do extra reading.....and I've definitely been reading tons! I've kinda been reading more teen genre books lately, I think it's because I didn't really get into reading so much until I started Honors English classes, where we mostly read the classics. Did I tell you that I'm working at the campus Law Library! Its all pretty exciting. I really miss your english class too, though I'm impressed with my Comp II English teacher. I actually got a 95% on my last paper. YES!
I look forward to the day when I'm adding books because I've actually JUST read them, not because I woke up in the middle of the night and remembered a favorite book. I'm also looking forward to adding educational books that I CHOOSE to read rather than those I am reading for a class! C'mon, June...