58 in 2005, 32 in 2006, 46 in 2007, 54 in 2008, 27 in 2009, 73 in 2010, 61 in 2011
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
2. The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle
Note to self: continue to read non-Sherlock Conan Doyle books. The Lost World was really awesome. I found it at a bookstore with the Lantzvillager, who recommended that I get it. It was a good recommendation as I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The adventure to the lost world plateau in the heart of South America was great, but I loved the public spectacle of scientific controversy in Edwardian London that bookened it even more. Good stuff.
1/3 American, 1/3 Canadian, 1/3 Montrealer, when I'm not working for the planet and living my lucky life, I hang out on the internet and write about culture and language in Montreal, books and movies. I also rant on a wide range of subjects and try to do that here so my wife doesn't have to be the only one to suffer.