Bram Stoker's Dracula for the 1st time....it's good
I am finding it to be rather informative. No surprise there.
I would recommend it to people interested in expanding their vocabulary.
I discovered it when I learned to read. I have referenced it before, but this is the first time I have read it cover to cover.
I'm reading two books.
The first is Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
I'm not very far into it but I'm liking a lot.
I would definitely recommend it to a friend.
Adichie had a TEDTalk that was featured in a Beyonce song that I love a lot (you wake up... FLAWLESS). A girl I used to work for recommended it to me and a few others. I have a trip coming up so I bought it so I'd have something to read on the plane.
The second is Crush by Richard Siken, which is actually a collection of poetry.
I'm loving it. It's absolutely heartbreaking but in a good way, I guess.
The book is all the rage on Tumblr, and Siken is from Arizona, my homestate. I was really intrigued.