Friday, January 2, 2009

1. Bridge of Sighs (642 pp.) by Richard Russo (January 2, 2009). It's been a long time since I've been so engrossed in a book. I could hardly put it down and I would make rules so that I could accomplish other things before I picked it up again and then all I could think about was the book. There's no way to sum it up in a sentence without doing it a disservice but this isn't a book report. It's about this family and how the decisions they make affect their entire lives. And the lives of others. It's really good. Highly recommended.