Sunday, July 3, 2011

Between, Georgia,

I've had another assignment for our upcoming elections this weekend, Yes Canada Day and all.  I'm sure my boss wasn't working.  Anyway it required a great deal of walking.  I was so dead Saturday when I returned I had a tea and toast for supper. Then when I perked up, and that was not much, I couldn't bring myself to do laundry, so I finished Between, Georgia, Joshilyn Jackson. Boy, I must say Jackson certainly has some quirky characters, realistic nonetheless.  Loved it.




I really enjoy Jackson's books, they are out there, though.

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5 comments:

Donna said...

Omg, I'm confused with all the characters! I do like a quirky read, but not if I don't have to think ver hard, LOL! And you have an accordion? Hahaha... Thanks for the birthday wishes!

bermudaonion said...

I read this one years ago and remember liking it a lot too. You're so right that Jackson does quirky like a pro.

Shonna said...

I like Jackson's books but haven't read this one yet.
Another one for the TBR list.

Jenny the Pirate said...

I do love me a read full of southern sass. I might have to look into this one, dear Irene.

Jenners said...

I think this is the only of hers I haven't read yet. I'll have to get to it at some point.

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