Quote Originally Posted by Niamh View Post
I was recently convinced to read this book by people i worked with and i'm kind of glad i did. Although its not spectacular, and i thought i was missing something(first time i've ever openly criticised a book for lacking something) I still enjoyed reading it. It was something different from what i normally read. They way it was written reminded me of the way East Of Eden was; a series of events as opposed to twists and plots and subplots, equalibriums, disqualibriums and new equalibriums etc.
I'll be reading this in August. First finish The maltese Falcon, the Austen's Persuasion, and then Atonement.