the truth as I know it
I've been pushing "The Likeness" so hard, that now I'm getting a little nervous that people won't like it as much as I did. But I think you will. And I'd love to read with you, but I promised your Jennie of Copenhagen Follies to get started on "Eating Animals". Luv/A.
Fun! They look great. I like to have a few books on the go at one time, usually three for some strange reason. "The Likeness" looks intriguing! I'll have to look into that when I finish 1984. For work: Inbound Marketing by Halligen and Shah (about social media)For dystopian pleasure: 1984 by Orwell For carving out some inner space and moderating angst: Living, Loving & Learning by Buscaglia
currently reading The Drinker by Hans Fallada (and recommend it, as well as Every Man Dies Alone, also by him) and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, as well as Where Is Baby?
I welcome any comment, so happy to hear from you.