Is what I got on my Biology test.  So needless to say, I’m not in the very best of moods today.  I’m done with classes until tomorrow at 4, and I’m going to lay around until then.  I’m going to read, sleep, and eat.

I finished “Hades’ Daughter”, and found it to be one of my favorite books this year!  (Well, it’s at least a close second to Jean M. Auel‘s books…)  And speaking of Jean M. Auel, there’s only a few more months until the last book in the “Clan of the Cave Bear” series comes out!  I’m super excited, and thinking about re-reading the series…Again.  Anthropology makes me want to devour those books…But that’s a different story for a different time.

Anyways, back to “Hades’ Daughter”.  If you read this, you mostly know what it’s about.  The reason I loved it so much is because it was centered around a story from mythology.  And I love mythology.  (In latin actually, we’re translating mythology pieces into english.)

Now I can’t remember what I was going to write about “Hades’ Daughter”, because I’m so enthralled by the fact that I’ll soon have my very own copy of “The Land of Painted Caves“!  Is anyone else as excited as I am about it?

Oh, I also started the next book I just got from the library; “The Fourth Queen”.  The cover on my book is a lot better than what I have under my reading tab, but I couldn’t find a larger enough photo to use.  This is about a girl going to America, but the boat she is on is taken by Moroccan soldiers, and she becomes a lover to the King (Emperor?).  I can’t think of much of the storyline off of the top of my head, but stay tuned for further posts about it.


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