Book #26 Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri

This was my beach read on my trip to Edisto Island with my boyfriend’s family. Of course, I can’t read while actually on a beach so I missed going outside and being roasted in the hot sun to read this book. That kind of dedication deserves a reward – something along the lines of an aloe kiss on the nose.

What this book did the most was make me realize that I missed reading russian literature. About seven years ago I went on a kick of sorts and fell in love. However, I never touched Gogol which is a theme of sorts in this book, and now I feel lacking. So, now I shall set out and get my hands on some Gogol to rectify that flaw in my literacy. Of course, it also makes me want to get my hands on Lahiri’s first work as well.





One Response to “Book #26 Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri”

  1. kristenlibrarian Says:

    Lahiri’s first book “Interpreter of Maladies” was good. I especially liked the story about a husband and wife who reveal their secretes each night as their electricity is turned off because of some nearby construction.

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