Saturday, August 18, 2007

Summer Books 2007

Books I've read this summer and how were they:

Emma by Jane Austin, I loved it so, it was so very interesting!
Pride and prejudice by Jane Austin, I've read it before but I just love the characters and events in this one.
Veronica decides to die by Paulo Coelho, much lessons learned from that book for me!
Short stories by Paulo Coelho, I got them online and they're absolutely fabulous. If anyone wants to read them just tell me and I'll send them over.
Angels and demons by Dan Brown, a must-read for everyone...
Harry potter and the half-blood prince by J.K.Rowling, I loved it sooo!
Harry Potter and the deathly hollows by J.K.Rowling, last part of HP... Fell in love with the book!
The rainmaker by John Grisham, unexpected end and a great plot, very engaging!
The adventures of Huck Fin by Mark Twain, still reading it, my English will be screwed after I finish this book but it's fun!
The King of Torts by John Grisham, I liked this one, good plot and you can't tell what's going to happen next.


عزيزي فلان للكاتب أنيس منصور، لا أعتقد أن القصص القصيرة هي ما يبرع فيها. مع إنه لديه أفكار رائعة عن الحياة و لكن الأحداث التي تجري في قصصه لم تشدني.
لا بحر في بيروت، و عيناك قدري للكاتبة غادة السمان، سأكتفي بالقول أن طريقتها في الكتابة تجعل ما تكتبه معقداً و صعب الفهم
لكن لديها أفكار لقصص جميلة جداً

Here's my list of people to thank:
Waed for recommending the three Arabic books that I read this summer.
Ash for recommeding the rain maker and the king of torts.
and last but not least my dad for buying me these books!
aaahh, I really had a great reading this summer! :D

3 comments:

ViCtoria* said...

Oh my amazing Coelho lover (: You sure have read allot this summer! That's good!
Hope you're enjoying your evening :D!

Takako said...

Hey yey! books are great Noor!
I wanna read 'Veronica decides to die' again, now that I remember it. ^^
And the Harry Potter series are funny and interesting, too!

:)

fara said...

another lover of Coelho..me too is reading Veronika decides to die and Persuasion by Jane Austen in these days...