They have a story. They're not mine, well, I'm not sure, maybe they are now. Anywhozers, the thing is that when I moved to LA I just brought what was extremely necessary [you know school stuff and most of my shoes], therefore all my books are back at home, in PUERTO RICO, thousands and thousands of friking miles away. So my dad [I LOVE this guy] sent me his books, like a few of them obviously so that I could get my read on, and not get bored. Which, I'm pretty sure was the case..
Dad: Hey honey, wassup?
Me: Nothing new, just here, bored.
Dad: Why don't you read?
Me: Maybe, cause all of my books are in my room, in the house where YOU are.
Dad: Oh yea, that's right.
So, instead of sending me MY books, he sent me his, which probably made sense since he knows I have read all of my books, and not his. LOL. Back to the list. Most of the books on the list are my dad's or/and my mom's from when they were in college, you know, only 30 years ago. And a few of the books I had bought a few months ago, but for some reason I haven't read them. Oh well here it goes [in no particular order].
11 Minutos (by Paulo Coelho)
- Cuentos de Eva Luna (by Isabel Allende)
- La Casa de los Espritus (by Isabel Allende)
- Mi Pais Inventado (by Isabel Allende)
- The Great Gatsby (by F. Scott Fitzgerald)
- Don Juan Tenorio (by Jose Zorrilla)
- Conversao' en el Batey (by Ernesto Juan Fonfrias)
- La Vida es Sueno (by Calderon de la Barca)
- La Malquerida y La Noche del Sabado (by Jacinto Benavente)
- La Prudencia en la Mujer y El Condenado por Desconfiado (by Tirso de Molina)
- El Burlador de Sevilla y Convidado de Piedra (by Tirso de Molina)
- La Llamarada (by Enrique Laguerre)
- Las Mil y Una Noche (anonymous)
I already read #1, and I'm now working on #2. I LOOOOOOOOOVED 11 Minutos [11 Minutes], I definitely recommend it.