I'm rereading "All Creatures Great and Small" (yea) will probably rip through the entire series. Also "Cordelia's Honor" (read it before, too) "Like Water" and a couple others. Looks like I need new books.
I am reading a few books too. Dominick Dunne-the Oj one...cant think of the title...to lazy to go and look,Scott Sigler-Infected, and I am reading "A New Earth, Awakening to Your Life's Purpose, but Eckhart Tolle.
I finished reading the Twilight Saga. Pretty interesting series.... And I'm reading Brave Story by Miyuki Miyabe. It's about a boy who travels to another world in order to change his destiny. It's great so far!
I just started The Illuminator, historical fiction about the movement away from the control that the Catholic church held over most of the European nations at the time. The very radical idea that an individual could come before god in a personal way instead of having a priest as an intermediary was challenged, and this book follows the early part of that movement.
I am reading Grace and Grit (Ken Wilber), definitely one of my favorite authors. I'm about to start The Continuum Concept. I checked out the website and found some really insightful articles-should be good.
I am reading the Path of the Priestess myself, just finished Coraline but I am going to wait to read that with my son, its a bit creepy for him. My son and I just finished Spiderwick and I think we will start on Series of Unfortunate Events or maybe Desperuex soon.
i have just finished Oryx and Crake by margeret atwood. i read that after The Year of the Flood as i did not know it existed. it's better the other way around. both books left a strong impression on me being set in a distopian future where a epedemic has wiped out most people. we learn about the survivors in flashbacks and i found them not at all depressing but uplifting.
i also just finished The Outlander by gil adamson about a young women running away from danger in the canadian wilds around 1903.