Originally Posted by Jogurt the Yogurt
My latest academic reading adventure was Paul Gilroy's The Black Atlantic. An interesting reevaluation of the impact of slavery on global modernism. But not light reading, that's for sure! I'm just glad to have a break from reading this stuff for a couple of days.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows. - Great book, and a nice finish to the series. Also it's the best in the series too. 9.5/10
Joey Pigza swallows the Key - Um it was funny and odd. 8/10
The Garbage King - a great book, based in Ethiopia about the homeless (but in a story that is interesting) 9/10
Joey Pigza loses control - better than the first one, a little bit sad at the end. 8/10
Now you see it - This book was writen by Richerd Mathen, a horror book telling guy. Great book, full of mystery and suspense, you'll never no what will happen next. 9/10
Yeah in school we had to read a lot of books... Except Harry Potter and Now you see it I read because they looked good.