The volumes I have consumed and still plan to absorb are varied. Some are library books, some are borrowed and some are (Internet) purchases.

I just completed Thrity Umrigar’s novel, The Space Between Us. It’s a hauntingly poignant, beautifully written account of two women in India. One is a servant from the lower class and the other is a social elite who employs her. It’s fiction in that the people are made up, but a true account of the human condition. I love it because the protagonist is the type of person who is often invisible — an uneducated, older, female domestic servant. (Continued on the next page.)

Blink is a non-fiction and by Malcolm Gladwell. Decisions made in less than a blink of an eye can be deeply profound or profoundly erroneous. It’s interesting research. I just started All the Devils Are Here. It’s another non-fiction, and about the financial crisis that is currently infecting our economy.

Books on order are Falling Upward by Richard Rohr and Nature and the Human Soul

by Bill Plotkin.


KarenLouise (May ’11) adds, “I also plan on reading two physics books whenever I have some free time. Ha ha ha!”

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