Ditto. I have read it a couple of times, but speed reading, so will have to read it again more thoroughly. I am really looking forward to the discussion because I have been curious for some time about everyone thinks of it. In the meantime, I've been indulging myself reading some more of his books, which I have enjoyed very much. And Liz and DIDHOT, take your time. I'm amazed at how you both get so much done here anyways.
, I wouldn't trade my old lifestyle either, not with the inner peace coming with such a high price tag.Parlez
, your question reminds me of Fierce Invalids and what Swiitters has to give up with not putting his feet on the ground for a while.
That's interesting, suec ~ I just picked up a copy of Purity of Blood
, by Perez-Reverte, and I can't put it down. Which title/s would you recommend I read next? And, in a bit of six degrees of separation, Viggo Mortensen (my other
guy) recently completed the film, "Alatriste", based on the character in many of Perez-Reverte's books. It was filmed in Spain, in Spanish, and I don't know if/when it will be distributed here in the States. But now that I know the same guy authored books that turned into movie projects for both JD and VM, I'm bound to become a big fan.
As far as the price tag for inner peace goes, if all I had to do was keep my feet off the ground for a while and make outrageous tongue-in-cheek remarks like Switzer, whilst wearing sassy white linen and a Panama hat, I'd do it!