Cloud Atlas

by David Mitchell

OK, truth be told I had to give this book back to the library as someone else had it on hold and I could not renew it. So, I added it back on my list and ordered up a few more... I will have to get back to this one when I get it again!


Grave Sight

by Charlaine Harris

I am thinking fluff, but we shall see.
Update: Yeah, it was pretty much a young adult read, but had an interesting idea at its core.


Mama Day

By: Gloria Naylor

Not the usual southern hoo-doo voodoo - Naylor gets inside the man's mind just as easily as she does the woman's. Sometimes I need to get back into the humidity & spanish moss and southern books fulfill that need. I will say that if I were Naylor's editor, I would have had her go back and finish this thing a bit more... Just my .2.


A Fine Balance

by Rohinton Mistry

Basically, the life and times of slums and struggling in India. There is optimism and pessimism, and one takes over by the end... Some of the characters still linger with me.


The Art of Racing In The Rain

by Garth Stein

Loved this book - obviously it is about more than racing in the rain. Anyone who has shared their life with dogs must read. Puts it all into perspective.