A book has got smell. A new book smells great. An old book smells even better. –Ray Bradbury
New books, old books. Books never stop coming. What’s new to your house this week?
The Book Report discusses a book I received, whether they were bought, borrowed, or given, why I got them, and why I’m excited about reading them.
The Martian by Andy Weir
Where Did It Come From?
Borrowed from the library
Why did I want it?
Twitter buzz, featured on Books on the Nightstand podcast episode
Describe the book in 140 characters.
An astronaut is accidentally left alone on Mars.
Lots of buzz about The Martian. It has a memorable opening line and is described as Robinson Crusoe in space. With the television series Cosmos on Fox now, it’s a timely book to read. How will humans survive on planets other than Earth?