I am boggled with how long it took my brain to understand this very funny thing you wrote. Goodish here too.
Jist starting The Nix by Nathan Hill. I loved his novel Wellness, so giving his first one a try. He has a very stream of consciousness/conversational tone that draws me in.
I still don’t have nice covers since I read on a kindle, anyway I’ve finished this one
Sad, but full of hope too. Addiction is the beast
And I’m starting this one
I’m listening to the Perry autobiography on audible at the moment too!
Just got my copy of Mathew Perry’s book… looking forward to reading it
It’s pretty good, if not slightly self indulgent in a few places. But I find an autobiography should be by default. He’s also unafraid to go and say the ugly stuff. Enjoy it.
I would have never considered reading books before I could never concentrate on them but have been reading game of Thrones the past 6 days and I am really getting into it
Currently reading: The Four Last Things by Timothy Hallinan.
Next up: Split Second by David Baldacci.
All men should read this book. Periods are totally normal but they can F@@king hurt. The hormones just take things to another level.
After not being able to focus well enough to read for a long time, I just started two books at once that are so interesting that I cannot wait to continue.
The Seven Ages of Death by Richard Shepherd: I think it can be triggering for some, but otherwise a very gripping description of the human body through the stories of a pathologist.
The Lonely City by Olivia Laing: nicely put description about the depths and struggles of loneliness and solitude combined with references to certain artists’ artworks and lives.
Just started the second book in the Fourth Wing series. Got to say, this is some popular garbage. Decently fun world and story, but plot holey. The romance in it is too graphic and characters are completely unbelievable and unrealistic. Blatantly miss wildly obvious signs, adults that act like tweens.
Don’t read it. It’s fun, but you’ll also regret it.