I read according to my moods. I very rarely force myself through a book. If for some reason I lose interest in the story I put the book on hold and move on. Putting a book down by no means signifies that I don't like the book. I picked up and put down Wicked by Gregory Maguire 3 times in the space of a year and a half before I finally got into it. Now it's one of my favorite books of all time! So, for whatever the reason, these are the books that have found their way back onto my 'to be read' pile. I don't think they mind. They know I'm coming back to them. And chances are very good that when I do, I'll enjoy them all the more.
|1||Foundation’s Edge||Isaac Asimov||10/03/04||0 c|
|2||The Book Nobody Read: Chasing the Revolutions of Nicolaus Copernicus||Owen Gingerich||04/27/05||0 c|
|3||Prague: A Novel||Arthur Phillips||0 c|
|4||The House of Mirth||Edith Wharton||12/01/05||0 c|
|5||Memoria de mis putas tristes||Gabriel Garcia Marquez||11/19/05||5 c|
|6||Tiro Libre||Antonio Skarmeta||05/23/07||0 c|