The Rector's Wife
3 journalers for this copy...
I saw this book lying on the table outside the English Department where I've been releasing a lot of books lately, and grabbed it thinking maybe I'd finally converted someone and they'd released a book of their own. But no BCID, no mention of Bookcrossing, so whoever left it obviously just clicked to the idea that the table was where you should leave books you don't want any more, but hasn't been hooked by the full Bookcrossing concept. Oh well, at least I got another book out of it...
Might read this one first before releasing it.
A pleasant story about a woman who is searching for her own identity, instead of just being defined by her husband. Nothing special, but a welcome rest from all the study I've been doing this week.
Journal Entry 3
Emma's Cafe in Oamaru, Otago New Zealand on Monday, May 22, 2006
Released 14 yrs ago (5/20/2006 UTC) at Emma's Cafe in Oamaru, Otago New Zealand
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
On the shelf of pickles etc.
We got a text today, from VivaRichie's sister, to say that there was a BC book where she works.
So we went there to get it.
Somehow it got to Metro cafe just down from the Octagon.
I might read it or pass it on at the Meetup on Tuesday night. :o)
I picked up this book at Emma's - read it (I agree with an earlier comment that it's "nothing special" but a somewhat entertaining break from "heavier" reads...) and was also the person who dropped it at the Metro...
CAUGHT IN OAMARU NORTH OTAGO NEW ZEALAND
And now I have it!!
I plan to read it for the Hot Reads for Cold Nights challenge by the Dunedin Public Library.
I never did read it and now I have other plans for it.
Reserved for the NZ BC Convention in Wellinton 2007.