An adventure in reading would like to know where your reading has taken you this week.
Claude & Camille: A Novel of Monet has taken to me to France, mostly Paris, in the 1860s. When the book opens, Monet is an old man, working on Water Lilies.
This is Paris in 1890. It's not exactly when I'm reading, but Monet would have seen Paris this way. He didn't die until 1926.
MizB at Should Be Reading would like a teaser.
"Pas mal--not bad at all for a start," Boudin commented, standing behind Claude to look at his canvas. "Your line's good because you draw well, but painting is... ah, painting! If you keep going, you will improve. Eventually you may reveal a little of your heart."
Where has your reading taken you this week? Do you have a teaser to share?