Lung Cancer and Book Sales
But seriously, this coughing needs to stop.
So, instead of talking about my coughing up blood together with my sputum - which is a mixture of saliva and phlegm; waiting for 2 hours for my doctor to arrive, undergo an x-ray and blood count and to collect my morning spit for three days, and be aware of a hole on my right lung, I'll talk about the 3 DAY BOOK SALE at Fully Booked, a local bookstore. Or maybe international, but I don't really care.
Anyway, I actually had a list with me but most of them were either out of stock or priced exorbitantly even with the 20% discount. Although I blame me for not going on an earlier date and an earlier time. Sucks.
Here's the list of books (No particular order of preference):
- 2030: The Real Story of What Happens to America by Albert Brooks
- Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
- Eleven Minutes by Paolo Coelho
- I don't know why I didn't bought this book even though I am a huge fan of Coelho's works...
yellow highlight - out of stock
light blue highlight - bought
*insert profanities such as
fucking douche bag.
He doesn't deserve the insult...but THE LAST COPY?!?!? lasdjahldgslfhnyLuckily the other one that I wanted to buy - The Knife of Never Letting Go was still available!! Yey!
Plus I came across a work of Audrey Niffenegger, the author of The Time Traveler's Wife (which I really, really liked *tears) and Blindness (since I already finished Seeing) by Jose Saramago. Try reading Saramago's work, his style of writing is very odd and interesting. 'Em long sentences and studded with commas.
I still need to finish Aleph though, i've been on the same page for 2 months. haha.