Wednesday, June 07, 2006
Calling all suggestions for good summer reading. I've recently finished Julia Child's "My Life in France" and "Vengance" (the book which "Munich" was based on)-- I know, what a combination, right? I'm looking for engaging non-fiction. I already have a Wendy Wasserstein book and a Jane Rylands Venice stories book but I can't seem to get in to either one of those, and I've also been trying to read a "Short History of France" (which is turning out to be a rather long a boring history of France) for about oh I'd say a year now.
Posted by Rue at 12:17 AM