The Month in Books: February

Here’s what I completed in February. Links below take you to my reviews on

I also have a ridiculous number of books that I’m partway through reading: Three Cups of Tea (Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin), The Gravedigger’s Daughter (Joyce Carol Oates), The Portable Dorothy Parker, The O. Henry Prize Stories 2007 (which I requested from Pratt this time last year, ridiculous) and the Omnivore’s Dilemma (Michael Pollan) as an audiobook. Oh, and at one point a few weeks ago I also started reading Jane Eyre one night when I finished whatever I had been working on and couldn’t sleep.

One thought on “The Month in Books: February

  1. 1) LOVE Jane Eyre. I re-read it at least once every 2 years.

    2) Omnivore’s Dilemma changed my awareness of what I eat and the choices I make with food. Absolutely brilliant (if long-winded) read.

    3) Three Cups of Tea = ROCK! Mortensen was just nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. You can skip the introduction if you haven’t already. It’s a sappy lovefest from the co-author to Mortensen and is completely lame.

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