I recently read Honolulu by Alan Brennert and loved it. I read his historical saga Moloka'i years ago and absolutely fell in love. I'm a fan of historical fiction and Brennert was capable of weaving together beautiful writing, accurate history and real people into this fiction about the leper colony on the island of Moloka'i in Hawaii. Honolulu lived up to the expectations Brennert set with Moloka'i. Amazon's synposis: Brennert's mostly successful follow-up to his book cl
Ciao! Adios! Au revoir! مع السلامة!
Or in English... GOODBYE! Well, I failed. I still have not finished Don Quixote. I'll join his crazy windmill-fighting ass again once I'm back from BearAllen's Mediterranean Adventure™. But for now, I'm allowing myself, for eight WHOLE days, to read whatever I want to read. It'll be glorioooooooooooous! So far my list consists of these definites: 11/22/63 by Stephen King (thanks for lending it to me, Jen!) Let's Pretend This Never Happened by Jenny Lawson (aka The Blo