Saturday, March 10, 2012

Reading: Non-Fiction to Fiction

Even though I was busy subbing this week, I still had time to do a bit of reading between classes and on my lunch. I finished A History of the World in 6 Glasses, which I really enjoyed. The section on beer was probably my favorite, though I did really enjoy reading about tea. The section on Coke was interesting too, especially in relation to globalization. But I'm a nerd and I like that stuff.

Moving on from that, however, and into the fiction section with A Mystery of Errors. As the title may suggest to you, it is Shakespeare related. I'm not far into the book, but I laughed to myself when one of the characters talked about ale being the prefered drink of many, because water was not good to drink. I couldn't tell you for sure if I would suggest this book, but when I've gotten into it a bit more, I'll let you know.


  1. I am really enjoying hearing about your "reads."

  2. Both of those books sound really interesting! Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on the Shakespeare one, I love the Bard ;)


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