June Reads, 2009

ReadingRoundup_dsI really didn’t read all that much in June.  The only new book was The General in His Labyrinth by Gabriel García Márquez, which I give 3.75 out of  5 stars.  Other than that, I re-read Robin Maxwell’s The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn after I finished watching The Tudors on Netflix.

And, speaking of The Tudors, I wasn’t expecting much in the accuracy department, so I was pleasantly surprised by just how historically accurate they were.  Listen to the dialogue, some of it comes direct from history.

Now, cue the Hallelujah Chorus . . .

The new server has been installed at the library, so I’ve got a big pile of new releases that I picked up earlier today.  🙂


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