Wednesday, April 23, 2008

"Well, we kinda face to the north and real subtle-like turn left."*

The Grand Sophy – Georgette Heyer
Cocktails for Three – Madeline Wickham
Geyser Life – Edward Hardy

And now you know.
And so do I.
(And thanks to Jess for the inside scoop on canceled hold records.)

Now go read Lauren Groff’s Monsters of Templeton.
It’s (so far) the best modern novel I have read in a very long time.

*Daniel Day-Lewis as Hawkeye in "Last of the Mohicans"


Hungry in LA said...

I knew you would like Monsters. She's all of 30 so let's hope she has a few more in her like that.

lazy cow said...

Freaky! I JUST finished The Grand Sophy this afternoon, sigh, so funny, so romantic, so satisfying. My first Heyer. I'm hooked. Why hadn't I read her as a teenager? Because I was reading Jean Plaidy instead.

Jess said...

I can't believe I out-librarianed you! I thought for sure it would turn out your library doesn't do that.

Poppy Buxom said...

The Grand Sophy is my all-time favorite. I also adore Venetia and Arabella.

Paula said...

Love your quote up there.

sara said...

Done! I actually just started Monsters of Templeton yesterday and it seems very promising. I've had it for a few days but had to finish the new Stephen King retrospect this was not a strategic decision. Hindsight is always 20/20.

Kathy said...

I'm just beginning Monsters of Templeton today. I added it to my blog then came here and you were telling us to go read it!

Sarah Louise said...

I'll go order the Monsters book. Woo hoo for Millenium, there are a few things to love (but only a few) about our ILS, yay librarians!

Anonymous said...

I had Monsters in my hand at Borders. Put it back for...what? Who remembers! Guess I'm going back for it.