So if you've read my Sunday Salon post, you know that I was planning to start The Woman In White today, which is (was) one of my selections for the Classics Challenge. Well, I finally sat down to read this afternoon, and as I read the first few paragraphs I started thinking, "Gee, this sounds REALLY familiar..." Well, I scanned ahead and looked for other character names, etc. and I remembered that I READ THIS LAST YEAR. And I had completely forgotten that I had. I really feel terrible about that because I LOVED this book. It's not fresh enough in my mind (obviously... talk about an understatement) for me to review it, but seriously, if you like mysteries, this is an incredible story. I also particularly enjoy the time period in which it is set, so for me that was an added bonus. At over 600 pages it's definitely a chunkster, but such a worthwhile read! If I didn't have so many unread books lying around, I'd probably re-read it, but unfortunately I need to move on to some other books!!
Now I'm going to read a book I KNOW I haven't read... Willow by Julia Hoban.
Sigh... I feel like SUCH a goober. Have any of you ever done this? Simply forgotten that you've read a book, particularly one you really enjoyed? I mean, for some reason I really thought I'd never read this book!