How depressing; only 7 new additions to my list, and a couple have already been read but so long ago that they’ll go in the "to be read" pile.
Angela’s Ashes – Frank McCourt, The English Patient – Michael Ondaattje, Swann’s Way – Proust (but just a small portion of it, I’m sure, judging by the relatively small size of it), Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte, The Brothers Karamazov – Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Lady Chatterley’s Lover – D. H. Lawrence, and The War of The Worlds – H. G. Wells.
The library ladies remembered me–of course I know a couple of them just being a townie myself. One elderly woman said she remembered that I’m the one that brings a list.
I didn’t tell her it was a seven-pager.