sciocco patrocinando

ow yao dowin today? grrrreat ta, yao? Bostin ta! Listen me flowa, our betty's havin a do down the con club if yao and your jim fancy poppin' along? i heard she's had a new do un all!!! Anyhow, i'd best be off cocker, i've gotta get some cream for me fowrid... tara....

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Well, i've finally done it, i'm not proud of it but there you are....and i have to say i quite enjoyed it.... It's something i told myself a long time ago that i would never ever do; read a Harry Potter book! not only that, but i've nearly finished my second!! i feel strangely used!!! still, as i've struggled unsuccessfully for years to read anything even remotely "grown-up" (i swear it's cause uni has made me a "scanner" and now i can't concentrate on reading like i used to) i'm pretty pleased with myself too!!! People keep telling me to read dan brown books (particaularly angels and demons) but i'm not entirely convinced i can bring myself to do it!!!!


Blogger Craggle said...

Angels and Demons is amazing! If there's anything you need to read...that is it!

5:03 pm  
Blogger Pablo said...

ah see, laura and jodie said that too...heena said she was disappointed in the end...i havent actually read the davinci code either and don't really want to...i may branch out into biography etc, i've always been told to read more nonfiction

7:35 pm  
Blogger Heena said...

I enjoyed Angels and Demons but I was very disapointed with the end and apparently The Da Vinci Code follows the exact same format as Angels and Demons...not worth reading? Stephen Fry's autobiography is meant to be very good...he is an interesting guy!

10:48 am  
Blogger kiki said...

As I have read both these books.I would suggest only reading The Da Vinci Code... as yes, all of Brown's books follow the same format. The Da Vinci Code however blew me away and is probably the best book I have ever read. I Can't wait to go see the film and when next in Paris will definately make a turn at the Louvre.

5:21 pm  

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