Wednesday, August 15, 2007

"I have always imagined paradise as a kind of library." - Jorge Luis Borges

I'm putting this to a vote based on the vast reading experience of my wonderful readers. Two books, two heavy tomes - weighty enough to hold open my door during summer storms, two books that you are "supposed to read."

Dun-dun-dun. Shall I read:

Les Miserables



or Anna Karenina?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anna Karenina!

bhadd said...

AK! That's not Alaska!

Anonymous said...

See Les Miz. Read Anna Karenina.

Anskov said...

Anna Karenina is one of the most satisfying novels I've ever read. I think you'll like it.

Kristin Dodge said...

I'm taking my son to see LM at a local dinner theatre, so it looks like Anna Karenina is the winner.

I'll probably read it at the same time as other books, especially the long list of Booker nominees.

Dewey said...

Les Miserables.

Kristin Dodge said...

Speak up, thou bibliophiles.

And Dewey... why? You're in the minority, so I'm going to pick on you.

Shelley Tougas said...

I hope you read AK. I started it and never finished it. I'll finish vicariously through you.