This nonfiction exploration of the legacy of the Spanish Civil War is quite good, so far. It's an area of history I'm unfamiliar with. The book opens with the discovery of a mass burial of accused Republican fighters who were killed by Francoist Falangists in the 1930s.
Really, nothing. Which is odd for me, but I guess I'm just in off-mode after the semester. I've got a short story by Saul Bellow and Honest to God by John Robinson as left over assignments that I need to wrap up.
finishing "my father's house", started "nickel and dimed" will read "Sights unseen" and "a virtuous woman" this weekend. Probably won't finish "nickel and dimed" as I don't like the tone of the author in the first 5 pages.