Curgoth (curgoth) wrote,


I finally finished "Do What Thou Wilt" by Lawrence Sutin, a biography of Aleister Crowley. It was an interesting read, and my first "serious" book of 2005.

It was slow going - I usually finish books in about a week. However, for February I a) didn't take many lunch breaks, and when I did, it was usually lunch out instead of reading in the cafeteria, and b) I've been sleeping my way through my morning commute more than usual.

I'm off to read the new Anne Bishop, "Dreams Made Flesh", and I'm quite enjoying it.
Tags: booklog, lawrence sutin

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