A Certain Slant of Light by Laura Whitcomb;
Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro;
Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami;
South of the Border, West of the Sun by Haruki Murakami;
A Song of Fire and Ice series by GRRM;
Name of the wind/Wise Man fears by Patrick Ruthfuss.
I guess I love books where relationships/love, while not the
defining/focus of the plot, is still integral to the characters.
And purple prose, is a guilty pleasure. While not intentional, I
seem to gravitate more to stories with hopelessness/bleak realities
and occasionally fantasize about the end of the world/zombie
uprising. On this earth, a person lives but one life, but a reader
lives a thousand.
Groundhogs day; Gattaca; Before Sunset/Before Sunrise; In The Mood
for Love (2000); Red
; Dr Who
Quite Interesting; Would I Lie to you; Sherlock; Coupling;
Mitchell & Webb/ Jimmy Carr / Dara O'Brian
Love British humor/witticism. David Tennant has amazing sideburns
that could make even the straightest man bend. Stephen Fry is like
the brilliant uncle we all wish we had, funny, smart, witty,
Tsukiakari by Rie fu; Calling by Kobukuro; Crawling up a Hill by
Katie Melua. Rain by Um Ji-Young. Misc stuff by Faye Wong; Almost
lover/Ashes and Wine by A Fine Frenzy, I Will Follow You Into The
Dark by Death Cabs for Cuties. Fairytales by Sara
'To eat perchance to taste' Favorites include.. Vindalo, Tandori,
chipotle; Love Mango. Nutella should be illegal...