WWReadathon, Day 9

Tomorrow is the last day of the readathon!  Even though I haven't gotten to read as much as I wanted, I tried to make time even in very busy days for reading, and I'm happy about that.  Here's what I've done in the last couple of days:

Finished volume III in War and Peace; a little way into volume IV.

Some progress in Morte D'Arthur--hoping to finish Book IX tonight.

I read another novel by Emecheta, titled The Slave Girl--the life story of a favorite daughter who is sold into slavery by her own brother after their parents die.  It's set in early 1900s Nigeria, with the British becoming more powerful in their empire (that's in the background) and is very good.


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