What are you reading?

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What's on the night table? Or perhaps your Kindle/Nook ?

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Just closed Don DeLillo's Underworld. It cannot be called a novel; it is more of an event. I will have to check myself into rehab now.
This is my first post here. I'm not sure if I am doing this correctly. What am I reading? I am about to open Milan Kundera's "Immortality"--it's been years since I've read it. I want to see what my impression is now. When i read it last, I felt it was my least favorite of the books of his I had read. We shall see...
Welcome Bobbi! I love Milan Kundera. I also enjoy reading my favorite books every 2-3 years for just the reason you stated. It's fun to track your impressions and how some things remain the same and other things either attract your attention anew or you wonder why you always overlooked them before. Thanks for the post. There is a new What are you reading on the main page, if you do not mind, please respost this great book there. http://redlemona.de/ted-stephenson/what-are-you-reading
A Wake in the Wind by J. California Cooper, and Poet's & Writer's Jan/Feb. 2012 issue.
A Wake in the Wind by J. California Cooper, and Poet's & Writer's Jan/Feb. 2012 issue.
Stories for Nighttime and Some for The Day by Ben Loory
"North Towards Home." At least, it's on the table. I have this obsessive notion: "Of course, because I moved from MS to TX to NY that I HAVE to read a book by another southern writer who lived in those three states, in that order." I haven't gotten beyond the second chapter. Lately, I've been more successful at turning the pages of "In Persuasion Nation" by George Saunders.