(I almost want to feel bad about my decision to wait for paperbacks--I want to work in publishing--but I don't. It's not that I don't like hardbacks, it's just that paperbacks have so many things going for them.)
Also, I've decided to stop reading The Orient Express by Graham Greene. On one hand, it's not the book I thought I was going to be reading. Also, it's boring as hell. I can't find it in myself to care about any of these characters and I've managed to make it halfway through the story. Instead I've picked up Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis, a rather dramatic change, but I think one that I'll like better. It's been on my to-read list for years and I'm hoping to enjoy it as much as I did The Screwtape Letters.