Thursday, June 01, 2006

New Reading Space

I got a new chair to read in. It's great. Comfy all around. But I can't seem to book in the time to use it. Turns out there's a waiting list.

Reading James Kelman's "How Late it is, How Late". Really neat book--complete stream of consciousness that flips between narrator and main guy character. No chapters. 350+ pages. Crazy to read some continual story without breaks or pauses. No 'finishing this chapter before bed' scenario. So far, it's a cool book. Starts out really interesting. Hints of developments in the background, which always inspires me to read on. Hate those books people tell me doesn't get interesting until the middle or something. What's the point? Shouldn't a book entice a person from the get-go?


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