(I apologize for the delay I'm posting this article!
Unfortunately I didn't meet my english teacher in these last days, so che can't correct the many mistakes I surely did! ^_^)

Where is your book taking you? Leave a comment, write a post on your blog, spread the word! This meme is hosted by An Adventure in Reading.
(Dove vi sta portando il vostro libro? Lasciate un commento, scrivete un post sul vostro blog, spargete la voce! Questo meme è ospitato da An Adventure in Reading).

Last Tuesday I was reading two books, this week not even one! It’s not true, actually I have just finished reading “The Phantom of the Opera” and I have next to me “The invisible man” ready to be read, so I can’t tell you where I am this week… but I look forward to know it!
(Martedì scorso stavo leggendo due libri, questa settimana nemmeno uno! Non è vero, in realtà ho appena finito di leggere “Il fantasma dell’Opera” e ho qui al mio fianco “L’uomo invisibile” pronto per essere iniziato, quindi non so dirvi dove mi trovo questa settimana… ma non vedo l’ora di saperlo!)

Where is your book taking you today? Let me know it writing a comment  below! :)
(E a voi dove sta portando il vostro libro? Fatemelo sapere con un commento qui sotto!)


  1. I have been dwelling either in outer space or in England lately. Maybe there is a connection here! I decided to tackle "Clarissa" by Samuel Richardson and find myself in the eighteenth century in what is by "common consent the greatest work of prose fiction of that century in English." It is taunted as "the first book in the world for the knowledge it displays of the human heart." It is in epistolary form and the original was published in several volumes. I am reading an excellent abridged edition by Toni Bowers and John Rochetti. It is delightful reading and the beauty of the language makes one nostalgic for the grace and gentleness of speech of times gone by. Good Tuesday every one!

  2. What a wonderful comment Marina, thank you! :)


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