Spring Snow, the first book of Yukio Mishima's Sea of Fertility tetralogy.
I'm still reading On Stranger Tides by Tim Powers. It's the basis for the next Pirates movie.
I'm also reading iPads for Dummies so I'll have some idea of what I'm doing when mine arrives from Apple later this week. I sure appreciate the occasional 40% off Borders coupon that they email me when there's a 25$ book that I want.
I've been speeding through "Lighthouses and Keepers: The U.S. Lighthouse Service and its Legacy." It's a look at the history of the U.S. Lighthouse Service prior to it being absorbed into the U.S. Coast Guard. There's some fascinating stories about the keepers' lives and how the lighthouses were constructed.
I'm a bit of a sucker when it comes to stories about people in the rescue services.
Also: I was at the library on Saturday and noticed a new Will Eisner biography on the shelves. I'll have to grab that some day soon.
Runaway Horses, the second book of Yukio Mishima's Sea of Fertility tetralogy.
The Temple of Dawn, the third book of Yukio Mishima's Sea of Fertility tetralogy.
The Best Man's Handbook: A Guy's Guide to the Big Day by James Grace. My brother gets married next weekend and I'm his best man. I've already thrown the bachelor party which was a success. I was curious as to what other duties I might have. There's stuff online but it's all sort of vague. So I bought this book at Borders last night. Hopefully this will enlighten me.
The Decay of the Angel, the fourth book of Yukio Mishima's Sea of Fertility tetralogy.