|You can tell when I have read a good book|
But June has been a month of fiction. When visiting my daughter, son-in-law and grand kids, the Bells, in Amarillo a month ago, I "checked" out a big book from the shelf in their garage.
I'm late reading this, but Douglas Adams' books all gathered in a compilation, beckoned.
So this past month I read The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; The Restaurant at the End of the Universe; Life, the Universe and Everything; So Long, and Thanks for all the Fish; and Young Zaphod Plays it Safe.
I didn't finish the last one, Mostly Harmless, until this month, so it becomes the second book of July, after reading Job the night before. More on that later.
Adams "science fiction" is revolutionary, and humorous, and certainly full of satire and irony about the human race. Great wordplay. His bring to 11 books in the first half of 2014.