Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Summer Reading List

The red letter girl does read more than just the Bible....surprise!

I have compiled a Summer reading list that you may enjoy!

Wild Swans - Jung Chang (I'm reading this as required for my trip to Shanghai)
Our Town - Cynthia Carr
Take A Walk; 100 walks through natural places in the Puget Sound region - Sue Miller Hacking
Gall - Pete Gall
My Little Friend - Donna Tartt
Maybe a Miracle - Brian Strause
The Last Song of Dusk - Siddharth Dhanvant Shanghvi
The Liar's Club - Mary Karr
The Good Pig - the Extradorinary Life of Christopher Hogwood - Sy Montgomery
Fodor's Beijing & Shanghai
Irresistable Revolution - Shane Claiborne

That should keep you all busy for awhile!


Big Red said...

Aren't summer reads suppose to be mindless? Your list makes my head spin. Just give me a good old fashion murder and mayhem. LOL

Pete Gall said...

Did you get Gall from J. Paul?

I hear it's a dynamite book...


Definitely go to the URL on the back cover to let me know what you think of it!

Big Red said...

How does J. Paul know Pete Gall?

TheologyMom said...

What does Pete Gall do? Google himself every day??? He commented on another friend of mine's blog...creepy.

magaw said...

I was at Borders yesterday and while waiting for Dad, I picked up The Last Song of Dusk and started reading. The most beautiful poetic prose I have read in a long time. The story has to be a good one. I'll read it if I ever get through with Wild Swans. ( also excellent) Thanks for the list.

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