I'm coming into 2010 a little bit further behind than I like to start a new reading year because I finished several books in the last 10 days of December 2009, three of which I have yet to review: Summer by Edith Wharton, The Third Option by Vince Flynn and My Prison, My Home by Haleh Esfandiari.
And, because I was able to sneak in a few extra reading hours today, I was able to finish my first book of 2010 and I have another review to add to my to-do list: The Unnamed by Joshua Ferris. Speaking of Ferris, in a strange bit of sheer chance, this makes two years in-a-row that I have started off with a Joshua Ferris novel (and he has only written two of them, I think). What are the odds of that happening?
Here's hoping that you all have enjoyed the holidays and are ready to move into the new year. I am hopeful that 2010 will be a better year for this country, and the rest of the world, than the year through which we all just suffered. Surely, that will be the case. Right?