This week I spotted a young man reading The Windmill Book of 19th Century Short Stories. I was convinced I would forget that long title, so I typed it into my phone along with a few other books I spotted on the train that day. Unfortunately, I forgot to save the note, so the Windmill book is the only one of those titles I remember. I spotted a young woman reading a paperback bound in a blue cloth cover. I spotted a boy walking and reading one of the Percy Jackson books on my way out of Central station, but I couldn't tell which one it was. I saw two different Western women reading Kindles this week. Another woman rode the train near me with a guidebook to China in her hand. She was speaking French with her husband, but I'm pretty sure the book was in English. I saw three different textbook carriers this week, and at least one of them was reading a chemistry textbook. The only Chinese book I saw was in the hands of a little girl.
What are people reading in your town this week? What's the longest book title you've ever seen? I once read a book called All Shall Be Well, and All Shall Be Well, and All Manner of Things Shall Be Well.