Today's Booking Through Thursday asks:
"What is the best book you've read recently?"
You would think asking what is the best book you've read recently is a simple question and there should be a simple answer. But I have to borrow from a famous or infamous (depending on your point of view) party and ask define "recently." Call me weird, but for grins I looked up the definition of recent:
- not long past
- of or belonging to a time not long past
- (geology) noting or pertaining to the present epoch, originating at the end of the glacial period, about 10,000 years ago, and forming the latter half of the Quaternary Period; Holocene.
Okie doke. The best book I've read in the not so distant past is the one I just finished "Water Witch," which I have not reviewed yet.
Something to look forward to. It was spooky, creepy, funny, and not one you want to read right before you go to bed or you won't be going to sleep. Deborah LeBlanc has found a new fan.
Now, if you were to ask me what's the best book I've read all year, I really wouldn't be able to make up my mind and we'd be here all day while I debate it.
What's the best book you've read "recently?"