I was reading Three Cups of Tea and was having a tough time getting into it. Something about the third person narrative was kind of off-putting to me. After three weeks, the book was due at the library. I went to renew it and couldn't because it had a hold. Usually, however, if there are multiple copies in the system, I can get the librarian to renew it for me anyway but this time I didn't even bother. It was really not an enjoyable read for me. At least not at this point. I intend to pick it back up again later--maybe when the demand for it is not so high.
Currently I am reading Radical Homemakers and I'm really enjoying it tremendously. It's one that I would like to own actually because the subject really appeals to me. I'm not sure if homemaking will become trendy again but I'm sure it will become necessary again whether we like it or not. Our modern way of living is simply not sustainable, i.e. it cannot keep going this way and something will have to give; something must change. So why not read about how others are voluntarily and conscientiously homemaking? I'll definitely try not to get too overwhelmed by it all (as I sometimes tend to do). And I'll definitely have a review when I'm done.