If you count five minutes of reading when I get to bed before my eye lids shut, then I do!
This book has kept me interested right from the start, and despite the limited amount of time (um, ZERO) that I have to sink into an easy chair, curl up and read, I’m still enjoying getting through it bit by bit, in bed . . . challenging my eyelids to focus and stay open.
When you’re faced with this kind of a situation (an extreme lack of time for relaxing enjoyment), a good, quality book is the only thing that will keep you coming back for more. Many books have laid on my bedside table, unfinished, and covered with dust as they just didn’t keep my attention between times when I was able to pick it up.
On a recent trip to Vancouver, having finished my previous book, I was in the market for a new one. I was at a large bookstore chain, trying to remember the name of a book that had been suggested to me by a friend this summer, and the customer service representative recommended this one . . . and it was the book from the summer! Two random recommendations had to make it good!