The Sunday Salon: The First Week

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Things have been quite busy around here, since The Literary Omnivore was created just this past Tuesday. I started reviewing books this April, on a different blog of mine, and finally decided that they needed their own space. Thus, The Literary Omnivore was born.

I’ve finished Neal Gabler’s Life: The Movie for one of my political science classes, which means I can finally devote some more time to Kate Mosse’s Labyrinth. I’m enjoying it so far, but I’ve only read three chapters!

I bought Cherie Priest’s Boneshaker last Tuesday, which I’ll probably read after Labyrinth–my copy is apparently the only copy in Decatur, Georgia, and people have been asking to borrow it accordingly. I saw that Leviathan is available at my favorite independent bookstore, but alas, I am a poor college student who blew her entertainment budget on Boneshaker.

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