Friday, September 15, 2006

Suggestions, please...

Does anyone have a suggestion for a really good book for me to read on my trans-atlantic flight? (Possibly with a little blurb letting me know what it's about). ;)

The book(s) don't have to be adoption-related, but if you know of a good one that I'm likely to find at the airport, toss me a comment. I'll probably also be doing su doku as well, especially with the train trips.

5 comments:

walternatives said...

Loved Poisonwood Bible, A Prayer for Owen Meany, Slouching Towards Bethlehem (not a long book). That's all I can think of on 1/2 cup of coffee. Where are you going?

Rhonda said...

I'll post later on where I'm going, and thanks for the suggestions. :)

stardeo said...

I just finished the Judgement of Paris by Ross King. It works out, me being all like artisty and stuff. It's about Manet and the events from 1860 to 1875 as French goes from Third Empire to Second Republic and how Manet goes from reviled to successful. It was a good read (listened to the audiobook :)

Doris & Dan Clark said...

I finished "Lost Daughters of China" - adoption book.

Hit the Chapter before leavign or even the newstand at the airport...juicy, trashy novels abound!

Keep smilin!

walternatives said...

Forgot a good one - Wild Swans!