The half-half-read and half-recently-completed and not so terribly dusty, mostly.
- _The Arts Without Mystery_, Dennis Donahue.
Dry but thought provoking.
- _Beyond Fate_, Margaret Visser.
Not as good as I expected from MV, but good.
- Inferno (Sayers translation)
- _The Cello Suites_, Eric Siblin.
Should have got the from the library. A bit meh.
- _The Waterbabies_, Charles Kinglsey.
Weird. But charming.
- _The Shorter Knox Bible_, God (translated by R Knox).
I'm not sure that this was worth what must have been an immense effort on Knox's part.
- _My Uncle Oswald_, Roald Dahl.
Dirty but boring.
- Ah, the other Knox, as opposed to the one who would be horrified to learn of his later, Papist, namesake. ;) - Will S.
The son of an evangelical Anglican bishop turned Papist. I'm not sure that the other Knox would consider that much of a change.
- Perhaps not. :)
Then again, Bishop Ryle is well thought-of by Reformed folks. As were earlier evangelical Anglicans, like John Henry Newton. - Will S.
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