own circle of friends, etc.). Or that the book that I planned to read simply wasn't worth my time or energy and I stalled reading it for now. I don't remember but two things about Apicius - his shrimp trip and his last banquet - but neither of those is particularly likeable. Tropical Storm Alberto is coming and I think that this is one of his gifts. Time is a Killer by Michel Bussi (Amazon Vine ARC) 3/5/18 301. 168 benitastrnad Edited: Jun 7, 10:31pm In my Publishers Weekly newsletter today they announced that Blackstone Audio has purchased the James Clavell catalog. Boyle (Kindle, sale, ) 6/17/18 640. I did read Gibbon's Decline and Fall in my 20s but recollect nothing of it, unfortunately.
Two people are in two offices, a hundred miles apart. By coincidence they are both looking at the same page of the same magazine. Journalist Nils Thorsen, author of last years The Genius Lars von Triers Life, Films and Phobias, has spoken with the director in March, while Lars von Trier was putting the last touches on Melancholia.
As in 'Antichrist 'Melancholia' opens with an overture a series of sequences and stills which, to the overture of 'Tristan and Isolde partly shows Justine's own visions of the wonderful end of the world, partly the most dramatic grand-scale images of the cosmic collision. The House of Hopes and Dreams by Trisha Ashley (finished 3/9/18).8 stars. Love in Idleness by Amanda Craig (Kindle, gift certificate) 1/10/18 read. Looked like something from a chocolate box cover. But I already have an immense backlog of mini-reviews. Providence by Caroline Kepnes 196. I apologize, but it appears we all will have to live with them until LT gets them working again. Florence of Arabia by Christopher Buckley (finished 4/23/18).7 stars (A) 132.