Last Oct. 28, on her 46th birthday, Nina Sankovitch read a novel, “The Elegance of the Hedgehog,” by Muriel Barbery. The next day she posted a review online deeming it “beautiful, moving and occasionally very funny.”
I don't think I'll ever try reading a book a day, but this does remind me that I've wanted to post reports on books I've finished, particularly those that make me think.
Lately I'm reading The Yiddish Policemen's Union, which is very amusing. I'm loving the alternate reality and the hardboiledness, but I have to wonder: Why are some Yiddish words in the glossary in the back but not others?