When I first shared my summer reading list, I’d read 13 books and had 23 to read. I even added a couple more titles to the list, knowing full well that such a long list meant I wouldn’t be getting through the whole thing before moving and suffering three years of no non-law-related reading (maybe an exaggeration… or maybe not!).
I’ve read six more books, not including most of the chapters of Jane Austen: The World of Her Novels, and I’m currently on The Great Chief Justice: John Marshall and the Rule of Law, recommended by my dad (OK maybe more “assigned” than recommended, but this is something I would read anyway—but don’t tell him that).
Pride and Prejudice - again
Northanger Abbey — and decided I needed a break from Austen
The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
Lucy by Jamaica Kincaid
Love by Toni Morrison
Maybe not as many as I’d hoped to finish by now, but I’ve enjoyed all of them.
In other exciting reading news, I got my first case to read for school. You guys know I’ll read it like 10 times and try to brief it before I get there…