Salvador Garc Garc itibaren Texas
This period of English history has always been fascinating to me in theory. I mean, a bunch of immature, young teenagers drunkenly running amok and calling it government? What's not to love?! This novel very aptly sums up what I imagined the reality might be, with very large tablespoons of salt seasoning the tale. I enjoyed the book, but might not have enjoyed it so much if it hadn't been for the historical background. I love historical fiction as a genre, but everything pales in comparison after reading the Lymond Chronicles (give it a try, trust me). But this was a really good airplane read.
A really amazing book that changed the way I think about writing, language, and communication.
Lady lion tamer and general good-time gal. Easy read.
This book is by the author of the Shopaholic books. The first book of hers I read I kept on putting down b/c it was so ridiculous that I couldn't take it anymore... but by the end I completely fell in love with the heroin, and have gone on to read her other books. I find them laugh out loud funny and they always leave me feeling good. They are good beach/airplane reads, very light and fluffy, yet satifsying :)