What I Happen to Be Reading At the Moment

"A thirteen-year-old is a kaleidoscope of different personalities, if not in most ways a mere figment of her own imagination. At that age, what and who you are depends largely on what book you happen to be reading at the moment.”

 

While not 13 anymore, the desire to read almost anything and everything in order to read for fun and for experience is still around. I'm currently working on my PhD in a physical science, but I love to read and books are one of my non-science hobbies.

Death of a Salesman: Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts & a Requiem (paper)

Death of a Salesman: Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts & a Requiem (paper) - Arthur Miller, Christopher Bigsby I'm not sure if it's me, Arthur Miller, or sad old middle class man losing his grip fatigue. I can see why it's a classic of American literature, but honestly it seemed like another version of [b:The Crucible|17250|The Crucible|Arthur Miller|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1386925540s/17250.jpg|1426723] with different stage dressing at the time. Maybe I'll have to read it again in a few years and see how I react then.

Currently reading

Native Son
Richard Wright
The Great Glass Sea
Josh Weil
The Elder Edda
Anonymous, Andrew Orchard