That works out at one a week. In fact I read the knitter's book of wool (review coming soon) over 2.5 weeks and the Millennium Trilogy in 5 days! I LOVED the latter and have never been so enthralled by/enamoured of a character. I'd heard good things about The Millennium Trilogy from Tina (book club books years ago) but didn't discover them for myself until I saw the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo for the sake of a few hours with Daniel Craig. And just like that, I was hooked. The next day I went online to order the books but couldn't get the trilogy in the covers I like (at the price I wanted) so had a bit of a runaround - 2 from Smith's and the 3rd from Amazon - finally I could settle down to read the first. Then we saw the movie again. On completing the trilogy, I ordered the original DVDs (Swedish version). They should arrive any minute now.
Hooked, I tell you.
January also brought some good walks and nice Yorkshire views my way.
The big item on the news yesterday was London 2012 (yeah, I think the logo is daft too), The Olympics to you. As the BBC showed footage of throngs of commuters on the tube and aired peoples' concerns that travel would be a logistical nightmare during that fortnight, I was ever so grateful for this beautiful county I now call home.