Thursday, June 25, 2009

Sense & Sensibility

I finally finished "Sense & Sensibility". I enjoyed this book much more than persuasion. I got to know these characters so much better, and there were so many interesting side characters too. I'm no good at reviewing books, but if you're interested I found a good book review written by someone else.

Now I will move on to "Northanger Abbey". And staying true to form, I'm also reading a Yoga book and got a nice thick book that will hopefully help me gain a little bit more knowledge of HTML and CSS.

If anyone who reads this post is particularly good at HTML, web design, or anything like that let me know. I need all the help I can get.


Heather said...

Okay you make me want to read the book Sense & Sensibility. That movie just recently became one of my favorites. I love the Kernel. He is such a unselfish man.

kcatwoman said...

hi there. that's a nice book. i actually like persuasion more than sense and sensibility. it's shorter but more romantic for my taste

kcatwoman said...

o i remember since you are having a classis challenge, this might be a good classic for you: wuthering heights.hope you like it

Elaine said...

That was a great book! I'll have to check out Northanger Abbey next.

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Tiffani said...

Sense and Sensibility I never was able to finish. Now that my youngest is in school I have the time. I need to dig it out of storage and read it! I love the movie,and have been wanting to really understand the characters better. Jane Austen books seem to add more than the movies. I loved Pride and Prejudice:) It's my favorite!

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The charismatic new preacher at the local mega-church is drawing followers by the hundreds. There’s only one problem. He’s a Mormon, and nobody knows it.
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