Lives of the Caesars (Oxford World's Classics) - Suetonius, Catharine Edwards

I've talked much crap about all of the books that I've have to read for my research paper interfering with my books for fun time. So, color me surprised when I ended up freaking hooked to this wonder of gossipy goodness. I tell you, Suetonius was way ahead of his time. He would have rocked the reality genre. The Roman aristocracy was fucking insane. 


Sadly, Livy and Tacitus try to stick more to the political happenings in Rome.  Totally a bummer. 


One more week and I'll be able to tear myself away from Rome.  Karina Halle's Donners of the Dead is calling my name. Not too mention finally finishing God-Shaped Hole