At any rate, I enjoyed this book and I hope he has the opportunity to do more Shakespeare. "Othello" would be great, that's one of my favorites.
"City of Mirrors" by Justin Cronin is the conclusion to his "Twelve" trilogy. I really enjoyed how it ended. In this one, we find out how the virus started that wiped out 7 billion people and through flashbacks we meet the man responsible for it. The survivors have had nearly 20 years without attacks by virals, so they assume they're gone and they start moving out of their safe walled cities, homesteading and establishing colonies farther and farther away. Turns out the virals were merely hiding underground, waiting for the right moment to come back. After killing off nearly everyone again, the few hundred remaining board a ship and head for a deserted island to start again while a few brave souls sail to New York to confront the man responsible for the carnage.
Deadly Class: Reagan Youth; Marlene; Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood; Dave Grohl: Times Like His0 comments Posted by Bekki at 1:39 PM
Siddalee Walker spoke imprudently during an interview and now her mother, Vivi, has cut her off. Sidda and Vivi's relationship has always been complicated, but now that Sidda is getting ready to direct a play based on female friendships, and she would love her mother's advice and pleads with her to forgive, but Vivi stands firm. She does however send her a scrapbook she's kept of her lifelong friendship with a group of women who call themselves the Ya-Yas.
I love the Ya-Yas. Every time I reread this book, it makes me wish so bad that I had a group of friends like these ladies. They weren't afraid to *live* and take chances and be bold and I wish I could be more like them.