Friday Finds is sponsored by MisB of Should be Reading. Each week she askes "What books have you discovered over the past week?"
Well, all my Finds this week were total impulse buys which I will probably regret later. I really need to go on a book-buying-hiatus, as I've been really bad the past few weeks!
Anyway, here's what I found this week:
1. Exodus by Julie Bertagna is a YA novel about global warming = the end of the world. Could be interesting.
2. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Graham-Smith. I don't know why I bought this book - I've already read P&P EONS ago, and honestly found it really boring. I guess I'll just skim though it and read the zombie parts.
3. B is for Beer by Tom Robbins. I haven't read a Tom Robbins books in forever. I tried to read Still Life with Woodpecker when I was in Jr. High, but gave up because I was just lost. I followed it up with Even Cowgirls Get the Blues and eventually Jitterbug Perfume. I didn't finish either of those books - they were just too weird for me (and I was reading Douglas Adams books at the time!). More recently I tried Still Asleep in Frog Pajamas, but eventually gave up on that one, too. As hard as I have tried all my reading life, I just don't "get" Tom Robbins. Still, how could I resist "A Children's Book for Grown-ups" as this book claims to be? Maybe if I can get throrugh this one, I can try another of his books again.
Cheers, and TGIF!!