Added to the old Nook this week, in my personal quest to transfer my wealth to Barnes and Noble:
- A People’s history of the United States: 1492-Present by the late Howard Zinn has to be one of the most anticipated books in the Nook rotation this month! I am really enjoying the sharp, concise, clear way of looking at how history is written by the conqueror, yet can never be fully repressed. It is true what they say, everyone should read this book!
- Stories: All New Tales Edited by Neil Gaiman and Al Sarrantonio which is a collection of gems from a wide range of authors, such as Joyce Carol Oates, Jodi Picault, and Joe Hill. This anthology is an overdue return to the power and punch of a well written short story. As well as a fresh new way to revisit old friends, this collection is a pleasurable way to spend an afternoon.
- Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff Christ’s Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore If you’ve any experience with Mr. Moore’s books, you have an inkling of what you are in for! I think the title says it all; Let the sacrilegious hilarity ensue.
Now kids, be good little consumers, and boost that economy as well as fill out your personal library.