So I finished up "Cheap" and I have to say it opened my eyes. I can't say that I will ever look at Ikea in the same light. I also gained some new insight into what is going on in China. This is the perfect lead-in to Book number 2, J. Maarten Troost's "Lost on Planet China". Troost is a most delightful writer and I have already devoured the first chapter. I highly recommend all of his books and hope that this one is as entertaining and informative as "Sex Lives of Cannibals" and "Getting Stoned with Savages"
The Third hour mini-challenge is a six word celebration of Dewey's Readathon so here goes: fulfilling Dewey's book-elicious legacy of reading! (sorry, I made up a word)
TALLY for the last hour
Pages read: 67
Consumed: last of the E-mart Potato Snacks (really quite disgusting but addictive)