What are you reading?
Asked at Borders, 700 New Hampshire St. on February 06, 2011
“The ‘Sookie Stackhouse’ collection by Charlaine Harris. They’re different, they’re funny, they’re more adult.”
— Cassie Friend, business administration major, Lawrence
“’Deadspace Martyr’ by B. K. Evenson. It’s a prequel to the original game franchise. A guy finds a stone that turns people into monsters.”
— Jordan Leroy Hanson, journalism major, Lawrence
“I’m here to buy the ‘Discover Your Strengths’ book by Marcus Buckingham and Donald O. Clifton. I’ve read part of it and I’m about to buy it to take the quiz to find out what my strengths are.”
— Sarah Gelvin, mechanical engineering and business administration major, Overland Park
“’The Brothers K’ by David James Duncan, which chronicles the adventures of a family living in the northwest with an unerlying theme of baseball. It’s set in the late 50s through the 70s, I think and is roughly based on the brothers Karamazov.”
— Dan Kirchhefer, college professor, Topeka
“Right now I’m reading ‘Death Comes for the Archbishop’ by Willa Cather because it’s about the southwest and the Albuquerque area, and that’s where we’re from.”
— Cindy Mehojah, retired, Albuquerque, N.M.