. This week''s Booking Through Thursday question asks what "fluffy" books we have read recently. Looking at my list of books over on the right column, I see a lot of serious books, and not many books I would characterize as fluffy. Doctor Sally by P.G. Wodehouse probably counts. It is shorter than other Wodehouse novels I have read. It is funny and clever, but there are far fewer characters than most of them and the plot is pretty linear and simple. But still a lot of fun to read! PS: Thanks to J.G. at Hotch Pot Cafe for reminding me that this post is a definite KITTEN opportunity! .
Thursday, August 27, 2009
Posted by Gilion at Rose City Reader at 2:55 PM 5 comments
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I'm reading a fluffy book right now even though it is deals with divorce, arson and moving. It's still light. Perhaps it fits into the chicklit category. The book is House and Home by Kathleen McCleary. It's good, but light.ReplyDelete
How disappointing. For a minute there I thought you were posting pictures of kittens. :-)ReplyDelete
Much better now!ReplyDelete
Anytime is a good time for a >^..^<
Booklogger -- I'm going to look at that House and Home book. I am in need of some lighter books after my bad DeLillo experience.ReplyDelete
J.G. -- Ha! You made an emoti-cat! I've never seen that. It made me laugh.
I have this on my tbr list for a challenge, so I am glad to know it was a fun read:)ReplyDelete