tin0002 is not currently reading any books.
I’m female. I’ve been a DailyLit member since June 19, 2009.
- The Scarlet Pimpernel finished
- The Intellectual Devotional finished
- The Pilgrim's Progress finished
- Wuthering Heights finished
- The Mysterious Affair at Styles finished
- The Adventure of the Abbey Grange finished
- The Moonstone finished
- Flipping the Funnel: Non-Profit Edition finished
- Someone Will Be With You Shortly finished
- The Three Musketeers finished
- Get Cooking finished
- An Unfinished Death finished
- My Antonia finished
- Far from the Madding Crowd finished
- The Secret Garden finished
- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button finished
- The Intellectual Devotional II suspended
- Le Morte D'Arthur Volume I suspended
- The Princess of Cleves suspended
- Middlemarch suspended
- Words That Matter from O, The Oprah Magazine suspended
- The Little Big Things by Tom Peters suspended
- DailyLit's Book Channel suspended
- Famous Stories Every Child Should Know suspended
- Berlitz Essential French Phrases suspended
- Persuasion suspended
- You Can't Judge a Book by its Cover suspended
- The Man in the Iron Mask suspended
To Kill a Mockingbird is my favorite book!
"Nobody looks at the bridesmaids' feet." In other words, don't sweat the small stuff.
I found this to be odd and implausible. I won't be finishing my subscription.
Travel everywhere! As many places as possible
I too see the similarities in the writing of Archbishop and Antonia after starting the latter. Hadn't thought I'd like the former but got pulled in by the style and that is drawing me to My Antonia as well.
I just tried to read the new book "Sag Harbor" and couldn't finish. I couldn't find a hint of a plot, just the everyday events in a boy's summer in Sag Harbor.
I originally gave up on "War and Peace" but went back to it after I realized if I skimmed through some of the long-winded descriptions I could do it.
"To Kill A Mockingbird" (Harper Lee)
"The Poisonwood Bible" (Barbara Kingsolver)
"Life of Pi" (Yann Martel)
"Ahab's Wife" (Sena Naslund)
"The Giver" (Lois Lowry)
"Ender's Game" (Orson Scott Card)