^ I love "Veronika decides to die". I like Paulo Cohelo's style of writing. He has so much knowledge and wisdom.
I agree, I've read 'Eleven Minutes' too and it's really good. I have more of his books (my mother bought me a set) that I haven't gotten around to reading yet.
I'm reading 'Wicked' at the moment. It's the "untold story of the withces of Oz", but it's really about Elphaba, the wicked witch of the west. I'm not sure if I like. It's very political and spans a huge time period (from before she is born until after she dies) in about 300 pages so it skips a lot. It's good enough though...
I'm right now reading Sundays at Tiffany's by James Patterson. It is a love story about a women named Jane who has a imaginary friend when she is little named Michael. But when Jane gets to be 9 years old Michael has to leave her because she becomes to old for imaginary friends.
Well Jane grows up and forgets all about Michael. But Michael does not forget about her and he is trying in some way to get her to see him again because he loves her and wants her to know it.
That is all I know about the book so far....I'm still reading it.
Last Edit: Feb 15, 2010 11:06:53 GMT -5 by merman25