Just finished. . .
Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro. This book has gotten a lot of hype and I actaully think it lives up to the press. There's an eerie and almost beautiful contrast between the drama of the daily lives of the characters and the overall issue of human cloning and its terrible consequences. Read it -- it will get you thinking.
Now I'm reading A Changed Man by Francine Prose. It's about a skinhead who goes over to the other side. Very interesting so far!
And now for knitting books. There are a few yet to be released in my wishlist that I am eager to see. First up:
Vogue Knitting Stitchionary -- This book is supposed to have 300 stitches with lots of charts and color photos. Sound like a good source book.
The Knitting Experience: Book 3: Color by Sally Melville -- I love the first two, so I can't wait to see this one. And if you are a new knitter, or want to turn someone into a knitter, I highly recommend The Knit Stitch. It has great photos, easy projects and lots of helpful hints.
Those are the new knitting books that I'm interested in. Do you know of any knitting books coming out soon that look interesting? I'm always on the lookout for good knitting books!