So, let's make a commitment all together. To you, to everyone, and to me. Take some time to yourself and delight you with novels, with stories and with thoughts. We're so fortunate to be able to have some amazing books (reading should be a right, not a torture or a struggle, you know?) and we should take advantage of it. And, through the way, I'll be sharing my new adventures here (oh I know that it's so exciting!).
The first book I'd like to comment its: The Truth About The Harry Quebert Affair. It randomly, casually cropped up in my hands one day at a book sale (actually, Saint George day, Book's Day in Spain) and I thought: that might be a very good (long) book. Then, here we are, back home with a pretty huge but discreetly amazing book.
It's all about pride, friendship, writting and crime solving. It's about everything and about life.
I started the book on a sad rainy day, and couldn't drop ever since. Sometimes I felt it was too long (645 pages are pretty much a thing) but I did never think about leaving it. Every chapter is new mystery to be solve, a new lesson to be learnt. And, as the author once said, one second right after finishing the book, you'll already be missing the characters.