I took a little break from reading Pride and Prejudice last night.
(Because I forgot to tote it upstairs with me at bedtime)
And picked up The Portrait of Dorian Grey.
I was pleased to spot a famous quote within the first few pages.
Laughter is not at all a bad beginning for a friendship,
and it is far the best ending for one.
Just ten pages into the book and I am impressed with Wilde's writing and sense of humor. I have never read anything by him before, I've only seen his play "The Importance of Being Earnest."
I must finish Pride and Prejudice first tho! It's my new reading policy. One book at a time.
Pride and Prejudice would be a much more enjoyable book if I didn't know almost every bit of it by heart.
But I shall persevere.
So many books....
I have got to pick up the pace!
Are you enjoying what you are reading now?
Anything special on deck?
Encourage one another,