Now that summer has left us in no doubt of its arrival (or am I alone in thinking this?), the burning question on my mind is: What is the ideal summer read? (And does it matter where you read it?)
Anna Karenina on the beach, The Corrections in Patagonia, Death in Venice overlooking the Lido...what is yours?
So, I had an idea...why don't we all bring our ideal summer read (or just one of them) to exchange, so your ideal summer read now becomes my ideal summer read? If you have a memorable passage from your book, please do read it to us. And if you have a story of the perfect summer reading experience to go with it, so much the better. (You'll have about 5 minutes.)
Ideas? Questions? Let me know...
PS. We'll meet outside Crema then head to the Radcliffe Yard's Sunken Garden.