I'm almost done with "Running With Scissors" - which is pretty messed up in my opinion, but very captivating. Next I'm reading the metafictional novel "Bad Twin" by Gary Troop - the last novel he wrote before disappearing on Oceanic Flight 815...
Ms. Haiku wrote:
Running with Scissors was the first memoir I read that I didn't trust the author was telling the truth. The way the doctor told fortunes almost made me throw up. That is a messed up book. I wouldn't try to stop someone from reading it because so many people liked it, but I wouldn't recommend it either. The time reading that book could be spent reading something where the truth or fiction didn't flow like waves throughout the book.
don't say that.
i have to read it for uni this semester and you make it sound dull and boring.
I'm just about finished with The Lovely Bones. It has taken me FOREVER to get through this book. It is way too emotionally draining. I can only read a chapter or two at a time.
I'm reading Wicked: the life and times of the wicked witch of the west.
great use of language in there.
Been Down So Long it Looks Like Up to Me - Richard Farina
I just start reading The clan of the cave bear - Jean M Auel.
I have just started To Kill a Mockingbird. Anyone else ever heard of it?