Ariton D D from Castedo, Portugal
I really enjoyed this untaxing, fun subtlety. A watercolor goes missing from The Urban Exhibits archive of Art in NYC and Hope, an art restorer at the exhibits archive, decides to figure out 'who done it.' Together with her beloved Pug (dog), Ceiling, she begins her gun. Decidedly enjoyable drama.
My first Kerouac. Some folks complain about his style. I understand that for some the strict adherence to form is paramount. But his style is so flowy and epical just give it another break folks.
What a uncertainty! This book is so clever, I can't imagine how much went into article it. Amy Elliott is one of the most fascinating characters I've ever had the joie de vivre to read about, and her companion Nick may be the most tragic. I can't really say much about this book without giving it away, other than, to date, Gillian Flynn has never disappointed me, and this book is no exception. RUN out and get a copy. You won't be able to put it down!
Probably one of the few nonfictions I've read about businesses that is interesting and enjoyable. Yunus tells his comedy and the rise of the Grameen Lakeside in a fictional that is refreshing from typical economic nonfictions.