OK a book doesn't belong on the window sill but it was a way of combining this week's book with a view of the flowering cherry outside the window.
A book I have read recently
Having read the Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood very recently even though it was written 30+ years ago, it was a surprise to find a sequel has just been released with much fanfare.
It was a good read but for me lacked the power of the original. It left me wondering whether I really needed it. I liked the inconclusive ending of the first book and I am not sure I was ready for the redemption of the terrifying Aunt Lydia in this one.
Love the Cherry blossom, not sure about the book.ReplyDelete
I wouldn't bother with the book unless you have been following the series.Delete
I read the first book years ago in high school.ReplyDelete
Since is was a long time ago when you first read it I doubt you would get much from the sequel.Delete
I don´t know the books, but I think a book belongs to where it looks good :-)ReplyDelete
I have some favs "on display", too. A shame what kindle does - and yes, I use kindle, too. So practical when you´re outside. Shame on me, kinda...
I read books on my iphone when I don't want the extra weight of a book in my handbag.Delete
I haven't read the book and didn't watch the show on TV but it seems to be very popular. Love the blossoms at this time of year.ReplyDelete
It was a popular TV series - but freaked me out - I found reading the stories more to my taste. Spring is the best.Delete
I love the little glass birds on the windowsill.ReplyDelete
Those little birds are an absolute favourite of mine. I have a love affair with glass objects.Delete
The blossom is lovely but your 2 glass birds are beautiful.ReplyDelete
The birds are so delicate I always worry about breaking their tails when I dust them.Delete
The blossom looks lovely through the window, love the sweet wee glass birds on the window sill 💙ReplyDelete
Looks like those birdies are at hit with everyone, not just me.Delete