The Haunting of Esther Cox (Kindle Edition)By William Meikle
Kindle Paperwhite, 6" High Resolution Display with Built-in Light, Wi-Fi - Includes Special Offers
Panasonic DMP-BD35K 1080p Blu-ray Player (Electronics)By Panasonic
Eat What You Love: More than 300 Incredible Recipes Low in Sugar, Fat, and Calories (Hardcover)By Marlene Koch
Deadly Addiction: Deadly Vices (Volume 2) (Paperback)By Kristine Cayne
Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (Routledge Classics) (Paperback)By Ludwig Wittgenstein
The Third King: a New Age Thriller (Kindle Edition)By J.M. DeBord
Kindle Fire HD 7", Dolby Audio, Dual-Band Wi-Fi, 16 GB
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1-Inch, Wi-Fi)
Garmin nüvi 52LM 5-Inch Portable Vehicle GPS with Lifetime Maps (US)
A Hero of Our Time - Mikhail Lermontov. The story is divided into five seperate tales. The "hero" is disreputable and Byronic. Lermontov claims that he is not a character at all, but rather a composite of all of the justified vices of his time.
my afternoon project: weekly dose of grace
The Principles of Uncertainty by Maira Kalman. (One of my favorite books to read when I feel...uncertain.)
Symposium - Plato
Embossed cover for "The Sickness Unto Death" by Soren Kierkegaard.
Wittgenstein's "On Certainty". Posthumously published. Amazing.
Mr. Palomar - Italo Calvino
if you see him tell derrida that i am aware of his work