More bus reading

Back in August of ’07, I posted a random list of books I’d seen people reading on buses. These days, the librarians are keeping track (thanks for the link, Laurie and David). Here’s a taste of what they spotted:

Chocolate Flava: The Eroticanoir.com Anthology by Zane (Route 15 on 4/28)
The Life and Times of Thunderbolt Kid by Bill Bryson (Route 77 on 4/29)
Watching the English: The Hidden Rules of English Behaviour by Kate Fox (Route 77 on 4/29)
Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge (Route 7 on 4/29)
Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking (Route 28 on 4/29)
Museums and Galleries of Paris / Insight Guides (Route 28 on 4/29)
The Waitress Was New by Dominique Fabre (Route 28 on 4/29)
Then We Came to the End by Joshua Ferris (Route 66 on 4/29)

Check the post on Shelftalk to see the entire list.

And speaking of…

Today, on my way to West Seattle, I started Black Genius, a collection of essays that I bought for Bus Nerd a few years back.

And you?

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