The Angel And The Atheist

Angel’s Bedside Table: Good, & Not So Good, Books

Finding just the right book to read can be a difficult and often daunting task that often leads to hours spent at the book store wandering aisle after aisle of novels and eventually leaving either empty handed, with an armful of books it will take you a year to wade through, or with a spur of the moment purchase you are sure not to enjoy. Well, fear not, my reading companions, I am here to offer my help. My bedside table is full of books, as are the shelves in my home, and I am here to give brief synopsis and opinion of my reading adventures. I will do my best not to spoil anything (although I make no promises this early in the game), to offer honest opinion with reasonable support (when, and only when, I have any), and not to require you, faithful friend, to agree. 

What book is currently on my bedside table, you ask? I am currently reading Pillars of the Earth by Ken Follett. It is a historical fiction novel which has been named Novel of the Century in some circles. It is not yet known if I belong to any of those circles because I have not decided how well I like this book. However, you will be the first to know.
So, welcome readers.  I hope we become fast friends.

A friend and former college classmate has started a book blog. If you’ve been a reader of mine for any length of time, you’ll know that i don’t recommend things that I don’t like. She has only yet posted the introductory entry, but she’ll be posting more entries soon, all about books she’s read and recommends (along with why). Stop by, give her a vote of confidence, and go ahead and follow so you’ll be notified of updates.

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