I have lots more time to read here.  I now keep a book in my purse, my car and my house at all times (the one in the car is for when I’m waiting in line to pick up the girls at school).

Books I’m currently reading:

                  

 Since we arrived in January 08, I have read (most recently read at top of list):

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9 Responses to “Mi Biblioteca”


  1. Reading Lolita in Tehran – I just finished this. Can not wait to see what you think …

  2. Nancy Says:

    How cool. I’ve always been a big reader but since I moved to Mazatlan, have read even more, partially in thanks to the Maz English Library!

    I also keep track of my books here if you want to check them out. We have read a lot of the same books.

    http://www.countdowntomexico.com/books/


  3. Night – also read this past year. Haunting indeed.

    Running with Scissors – read a few years ago – wonder what you will think?

    Still waiting to hear what you think of Readining Lolita …

  4. Heather Says:

    Alright … you’re on the hot seat. I love to read, but for all the reasons you might imagine, I have all but given it up. My dream is to read again, but it’s been so long, I have no idea what one might read this century.

    So, I’m going to read your list. Probably will take me the better part of the rest of my life, which is good. Read on expat friend.


  5. Running with Scissors – I so agree with your comments!

  6. American Mommy in Mexico Says:

    Reading Lolita … – It took me MANY restarts to finish this book. It was so hard to get engaged. Finally I got through it and was glad I did. The messages are incredibly powerful. However, I agree with you that a talented Editor would have made this a much better book.

  7. Cassie Says:

    I agree with you about Eat, Pray, Love. The first part of the book was annoying to me. Like this pathetic woman that couldn’t get her s**t together. I put it down for a long time, then as I went through India and then Bali, I loved it too! A great book of transformation. Another book I read and like recently was Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver and Telex from Cuba by Rachel Kushner -you could actually probably relate because it is partially about a US family that lives in Cuba and manages the sugarcane fields during the 50s up to the Cuban revolt.

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