What I Bought and Received:
Fahrenheit 451 Graphic Novel, Tim Hamilton
The Beats, Harvey Pekar, Ed Piskor, Paul Buhle-- Graphic novel that gives a short history of a few of the most prominent members of the Beatnik Movement
Ethan Frome, Edith Wharton-- I love this book and this beautiful Penguin Deluxe edition I received for Christmas!
Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams, Sylvia Plath-- So excited to read more of Plath's prose. I love her work.
Murder on the Orient Express, And Then There Were None, and The Body in the Library, Agatha Christie-- Can't wait to read more of Christie. I've read one of her mysteries and really enjoyed it. I'm excited to get to some of her more well known tittles.
A Moveable Feast, Ernest Hemingway-- Not crazy about Hemingway as a person, but can't deny his talent for writing, especially short stories. This one is about his experience in Paris in the 20's as a part of the Lost Generation,which I'm really interested in.
Frankenstein, Mary Shelley-- I have been wanting to pick this one for a while, but couldn't decide on an edition. I finally decided to go with this leather bound Barnes and Noble edition; I just love that spine.
Young Adult-- Should I Give This a Go?
The Disenchantments, Nina Lacour-- I picked this up really cheap, and was just planning to save it for my future classroom, but then I thought maybe I would want to read it. Have you read it? Did you like it? Let me know!
What Happened This Week:
Monday-- I started the week off with my 2014 End of the Year Book Survey. I loved writing this post.
Wednesday-- I shared my thoughts about rereading one of my all-time favorite books The Rules Of Civility.
Thursday-- Merry Christmas! I took the day off from posting.
Stacking the Shelves Hosted by: Tynga's Reviews
Sunday Post Hosted by: Caffeinated Book Reviewer