A Mind of It's Own: A Cultural History of the Penis by David M. Friedman
I may be enjoying this book too much. Just a little.
Fruits Basket (v.3) by Natsuki Takaya
This is my first foray into manga comics since i was small and I didn't read very many then. I can definitely see the appeal this would have for a small girl-like Twilight, it's a pre-teen girl's fantasy in disguise. I would recommend this for young girls, but I hope they'd feel a little scornful of the main character. She is so "nice" and self-sacrificing it borders on suicidal. Kindness is not equal to spineless in my book.
The boys are hot, though.
The Faith Healers by James Randi
The Forsyte Saga by John Gasworthy
In Pursuit of the Gene by James Schwartz
Books Recieved in the Mail:
1. The Elegant Universe by Brian Greene (Betterworld Books)
Finally, finally, finally! I have this book. It sits on my shelf, it's cover glistening, I keep shooting it these little happy, sideways glances. Sigh. I read a little of it this Sunday, just before Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking came on.
Books Bought At the Library:
1. Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo by Hayden Herrera
2. The Discoverers by Daniel J Boorstin
3. The Clouds by Aristophanes
4. Representative Spanish Authors by Pattinson and Bleznick
5. Anthropology: Culture, Society and Evolution by John J. Collins