Penguin US and Penguin UK are doing some fun things with their classics. Penguin UK will soon be offering cloth-bound classics, while Penguin US is offering "couture" covers of some of their classics. I must say, I'm a little more partial to the cloth bound books. My first cloth-bound book buy was Susanna Clarke's "The Ladies of Grace Adieu" (above). I bought it purely for the cover years ago and still have not read it. Anyone read it? Is it good?
Right now I'm reading "The Physick Book of Deliverance Dane" and alternating that with "Microtrends." "Microtrends" is one of those super easy-to-read books like "Blink" and "Outliers." Deliverance Dane is going a little more slowly for me, but I'll get there!