Sawasdee from Koh Tao!

Hello to All,

We’re currently enjoying the island of Koh Tao, still in Thailand. We’re just here through tomorrow when we’ll be heading up to Bangkok in preparation for our August 9th departure to Prague!

I’ll work on posting about our experiences on Koh Phangan as well as here in Koh Tao, by the time we get back to Bangkok. In the meantime, I just wanted to give a little update. Just for fun, here’s a list of what Eric and I have been reading.

Eric

*The People of the Book, Geraldine Brooks

*The Life of Pi, Yann Martel

*Anything Considered, Peter Mayle

*Chaos, James Glick (in progress)

*Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Seth Grahame-Smith

*Casino Royale, Ian Fleming

*The Foundation Series, Isaac Asimov (in progress, starting Book 4)

Chelsea

*Three to Get Deadly, Janet Evanovich

*Cocktails for Three, Madeleine Wickham

*Anything Considered, Peter Mayle

*Lord John and the Private Matter, Diana Gabaldon

*Four to Score, Janet Evanovich

*The Secret Life of Bees, Sue Monk Kidd

*Times Legacy, Barbara Erskine

*Holy Fools, Joanne Harris

*Shopaholic and Sister, Sophia Kinsella

*Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Seth Grahame-Smith

*Blink!, Malcom Gladwell

*Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert (again!)

*The Best Women’s Travel Writing 2011: True Stories from Around the World, Lavinia Spalding

*The Harry Potter Series, Books 1-3, (4 in progress), J.K. Rowling

I always like to know what others are reading (it’s usually how I find the best books!) What are you all reading? Leave a comment!

<3 Chelsea

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4 responses to “Sawasdee from Koh Tao!

  1. Have a safe trip to Prague! And enjoy what you have left in Bangkok!
    I recently finished Aura by Carlos Fuentes and am slowly reading Stones from the River by Usula Hegi

  2. Holy jeez that is a long reading list! I just finished Island Beneath the Sea by Isabel Allande, amazing. Have fun!!

  3. Ma cherie! Je viens de finir “Un roman russe” by Emmanuel Carrere. He is one crazy French man (at times totally unnerving) but it’s a pretty engaging read, I’d say. I don’t know if it’ translated in english but you can read it in French! You, International Lady ;-)

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