Leo was curled up on Soren's changing table, watching the little rugrat play with his toys. I discovered this because Leo's high-volume purrs were audible through the baby monitor as I was cleaning the kitchen; the sound made me suspect catly misbehavior, so I investigated.
Posted by Tom at 12:51 PM
- Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell--ok, interesting vignettes.
- Basket Case by Carl Hiaasen--very funny.
- Friday Night Lights by H.G Bissinger--bad writing, engrossing story.
- No Cry Sleep Solution by Elizabeth Pantley--we've made a lot of progress.
- Spin by Robert Charles Wilson--slow start, gets engrossing.
- Consider The Lobster by David Foster Wallace--really good. The footnotes get a bit obnoxious after a while.
- Dragon Wing by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman--fun. The system of magic is based on quantum mechanics. Sort of.
- Sandworms of Dune by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson--ok, an interesting premise.
- A Short History of the 20th Century by Geoffry Blainey--not bad so far. Reading it during my commute.
- The One Percent Doctrine by Ron Susskind--it is horrifying and terribly written. Reading it before bed.
Posted by Tom at 6:15 PM