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The Sunday Salon: Ask Me Questions About ‘Honeymoon in Tehran’

The Sunday Salon.com Thanks to everybody who voted on which books I should read on my bus ride home. I ended up taking Honeymoon in Tehran by Azadeh Moaveni and Special Topics in Calamity Physics by Marisha Pessl.

I finished Honeymoon in Tehran this morning, and although I didn’t love it as much as I loved Moaveni’s first book, Lipstick Jihad, I think it’s a book worth checking out. I decided I’m going to do a Q&A review about the book, since there was so much interest, so leave any questions you have in the comments and I’ll use them as I write.

Dad, Me, and Mom in 2008 at my college graduation.

Dad, Me, and Mom in 2008 at my college graduation.

In other quick news (I have to finish this up before my relatives get here for Dad’s birthday), I’ve had a fabulous reading week. I finished Middlesex by Jeffrey Eugenides before I left Madison on Friday, finally got through Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72 by Hunter S. Thompson on the first part of the bus ride home, and, like I said, finished Honeymoon in Tehran this morning. That’s the most books I’ve finished in a week this year, I think. Yay!

I hope everyone is having a great week, and I hope to get back to regularly scheduled programming (and designated time on Twitter and reading blogs) after things calm down at the end of this week.

Don’t forget — leave any questions about Honeymoon in Tehran in the comments and I’ll address them in my review!

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