, glad I wasn't the only one that was let down by the ending. Do you think he did it because he was clinging to Hamlet
? I just couldn't understand why he ended it that way.
Sorry you didn't love First Person
as much as I did. Did you like the one about the child that shows up in her shopping cart? I thought that was hilarious! I heard about The Spare Room
from someone. It sounds intriguing--did you see similarities with Tuesdays with Morrie
Kim, I love tea!
That sounds like an awesome book! Loose leaf tea is so much fun and there are so many amazing flavors. I have no trouble having tea instead of coffee in the morning. It's just sooooo delicious!
I finished The Accidental
by Ali Smith. I was very disappointed in the ending and found the book frustrating and, often, annoying. She's an excellent short story writer but, IMHO, she shouldn't write novels without an editor that wields a burning pen!
I moved on to Kris Radish's novel Searching for Paradise in Parker, PA
. Cottage, let me finish it first, but I think you might get something from this one and enjoy it. This is the first of her novels that I've read where the main character is currently in
a relationship with someone--in others, the characters have met and fallen for someone in the book, but this one is about a married woman and her experiences with her husband, which is different and intriguing.
I'm still reading a bunch of non-fiction self-help stuff, too.