Dan Savage's Skipping Toward Gomorrah has the honor of being the first book I've read here. (It came with the house.) Has anyone introduced Mr. Savage to Michael Moore? I'd love to see what kind of collaboration the two of them would cook up. . .
Other books read in the last month in moments when the boxes and the packing tape got overwhelming: Into The Forest, a personal favorite and a reread. The country has collapsed for unexplained reasons, and two sisters must find a way to survive in a world suddenly without electricity, gasoline, telephones, or grocery stores. Also read The Center Of Everything, a Kansas-during-the-'80s coming-of-age complete with a creationism vs. evolution throw down in front of the school board. Oh, and book four of Diana Gabaldon's Outlander series.