Sep 16, 2007


I don't read books as much as I used to. More than half of my reading is online now, but I confess I feel bad about not being able to read more than 2 or 3 books each month...

What I am reading now?

The last book of Umberto Eco. I bought it while visiting Argentina last July, but that has not been released yet in the US (of course!). Still you can pre-order it through Amazon.

In English is going to be called: Turning Back the Clock: Hot Wars and Media Populism.I prefer its title in Spanish that would literally translate as "Walking like a crab" (obviously the idea is that the world is walking like a crab, ergo, backwards).

On the "lighter side", I am finishing The Greatest Dog Stories Ever Told, a collection of dog tales by Ray Bradbury, Mark Twain, Abraham Lincoln and Rudyard Kipling among others.

Waiting in the nightstand, meanwhile, I have:

The Omnivore's Dilemma (A Natural History of the Four Meals) by Michael Pollan and Cell (Stephen King).

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