TOLSTOY AND THE PURPLE CHAIR: MY YEAR OF MAGICAL READING By Nina Sankovitch | frikilife.comNina Sankovitch decides to read a book a day for a year. When I first picked up this book, I thought it was a little thin to be an account of books, but Nina weaves the books into her personal and family narrative. MacDonald while her parents preferred Ross Macdonald. If you want to see the entire list of the books Nina read, you can go to her website at: www. She apparently has nothing else to do but sit in a purple chair all day and read. I like to read; I make time for it everyday and I consider myself a pretty fast reader—but, if she actually read a book a day, how long were those books? I used to go to her website, I think it was her, to see what she read.
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So first off, can we talk about this cover? I want this chair so bad. Though the purple chair the author actually sits in to read is nowhere near this pretty, from her description of it. But eventually I will find myself the perfect reading chair and make myself a nook. That aside. The premise of this book is the author trying to come to terms with the death of her older sister, who she idolized.