A collective of bibliophiles talking about books. Book Fox (vulpes libris): small bibliovorous mammal of overactive imagination and uncommonly large bookshop expenses. Habitat: anywhere the rustle of pages can be heard.
Even though Autumn won’t officially begin for another week, the nights are cooler and some of the tree branches are getting a little yellow at the tips.There are goldenrod flowers along the roads in less domesticated patches. And in Ohio at least, there’s been a lot more rainy days, which are perfect for curling up with a cup of tea or warm cider and a book. Here are some that the Book Foxes have been reading lately:
Monday- Jackie presents a splendid art book, Unknown Terrain:The Landscapes of Andrew Wyeth.
Tuesday- Kate reviews the very compelling The Teleportation Accident by Ned Beauman, and the spectacularly imaginative Lizard World by Terry Richard Bazes. Body parts and reptiles in abundance.
Thursday- Anne finds the scenery a tad disappointing in Judith Allnatt’s A Mile of River.
Friday- Hilary finds food for thought, as well as much to enjoy, in Hazel Osmond’s latest novel The First Time I Saw Your Face.
Photo of “Goldenrod at Settler’s Trail” taken by Book Fox Jackie a few Septembers ago in the Cleveland Metroparks.