Tea & Books - What are you reading?
Just starting Christ The Eternal Tao by Heiromonk Damascene which looks at the writings of Lao Tzu. (This is an Eastern Orthodox appreciation of Asian Spiritual History) . I look forward to my reading and tea sessions.
I’m now reading the Artemis Fowl series by Eoin Colfer it’s a great series for any age group. Yes, if you can read Harry Potter and like it.. than this will probably blow your mind :D By the way Harry Potter is now available on ereaders if you go to J.K. Rowling’s website :D
I finished Bedwetter and moved onto “One for the Money”… Never read this series before!
Finally finished Arguably and am working on The Dogs of Babel now. Then the last “50 Shades” and finally start Game of Thrones!
I am attempting to read Cleopatra: A Life by Stacy Schiff. I just don’t seem to be in much of a reading mood lately which is making it hard to get into, all the school work isn’t helping either.
It’s not very well written. A lot of the sentences begin with “She probably” or “She may have” there’s a lot of filler information of the time period as well. I would highly recommend checking it out at your local library first.
Helena, I loved Artemis Fowl—kept up with them when my son was in middle school; I think he cranked out two or three more I haven’t gotten to yet.
The newest and sadly it’s said to be the last book will come out July 10th 2012 so just a few more days. There is eight books in all. Great reading and all available to ereaders :D
A librarian friend turned me on to a couple other surprisingly good middle school reads: “Al Capone Does My Shirts” and “Al Capone Shines My Shoes” by Jennifer Choldenko.
Been slowly working my way thru Artemis Fowl thanks to my local library’s fairly good ebook library. I like it so far.
Reading “Death of a Gentle Lady,” one of a long series of light mysteries by M.C. Beaton featuring Hamish Macbeth, a nebbishy Scottish constable with perpetual woman trouble. And sprinkled with enough tea references to make it fun … “Tea with everything, and it must be nearly black in colour.”
Finally reading the Time Traveller’s Wife! Tea is a perfect companion for that book, although I always have a Stephen King on the go. Haven’t found a companion tea for those ones yet ;)
I read Time Traveller’s Wife ages ago and it was a good book but I won’t read it again. I gave it away to charity.
haha fair enough! I’m not too far into it yet, and I didn’t seek it out – I found it in the work library. So we’ll see how it goes ;)
Okay I finished a while ago, but I wanted to come respond!
I didn’t hate Claire, although I didn’t like her. In fact, I didn’t like any of the characters. I have a confession – I HATE reading about rich people and privilege. It is not entertaining to me. :) So yes, I will donate the book away as well. haha
Now reading Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident book two in the series :D
1Q84 by Haruki Murakami. So far I love it. Tea + books= perfect combo
I’m still reading the 3 book (I bought the 3 book set) and at some point I think it went down the hill :( But I will reserve my final judgement after I’ve read it all.