stumbled across a book on sale in national bookstore. the title is.. (drumroll please)
A HEARTBREAKING WORK OF STAGGERING GENIUS.
it's written by dave eggers.
i bought the book sealed, and i thought that since it cost 100.50 (brand new), even if it sucked, it would be a steal.
when i got home i opened it to the dedication page. it said:
THIS WAS UNCALLED FOR.
i liked it immediately.
i may end up wishing that i bought food instead, but then my mom said no books are bad. she's right. no matter how totally useless a book is, it's something to learn from.
i suppose a hundred bucks is not too much to spend on "eddication."
also bought the god of small things by arundhati roy, indian edition. the cover is green.