Spot's Meow wrote:
Yeah, most of the questions were silly. Especially the one that said something like "choose the group for which you've read ALL of the books in it," and each group listed four or five books. Of course I had read exactly two books in every group.
I read a lot of Stephen King in high school so I'd read those two and, of course, a whole lot more--I remember every
book I had to read for class and I also read a shitload of other stuff ranging from Dune
and Ed McBain's 87th Precinct novels to The World According to Garp
Right now I'm reading Heinlein's Puppet Masters
and after that, I plan to read Saul Bellow's Ravelstein.
I need to read more non-fiction, though.
I read The Bridges of Madison County
because I put it on the syllabus for a class I teach called Popular Fiction. Terrible book. The class loved it.
A hero of mine.