What a week, friends. What a week.
It even started with a holiday! Then, on that holiday, it snowed in DC. And people forgot how to drive and act like normal people.
Thank God for AWD and the guys at Firestone who fixed my tire earlier in the day on Monday.
How have you guys been? So remember how I was losing my mind about all that extra time I have after work?! Well, I filled it with a great book this past week.
Has anyone else read this?! I kept hearing about it, kept getting annoying emails from Barnes and Noble telling me IT'S 40% OFF THIS WEEK! BUY IT BUY IT BUY IT.
Eventually....those B&N emails got the better of me when I found a B&N a mere 10 minutes from my apt, so I got out my member card for that additional 10% off, and made the leap.
It was. So. Good. So good. My only gripe is that the author goes back and forth between years during WWII, and where I normally don't mind that time flip every once in a while, in this book, I legit forgot what year we were in as I was reading, and each time it changed, I had to go back and see what year I had just been in.
Does that make any sense at all? I feel like I'm in an episode of Big Bang Theory where Sheldon and Leonard are discussing the possibilities of time travel. Also, that wasn't a paragraph up there, but a giant run-on. You're over it, though.
Anyways. If you're looking for something new to read this frigid weekend, check out All The Light We Cannot See. I highly recommend it.
What are you guys reading? Do you have any recommendations of great books you just couldn't put down?! I'm looking for suggestions!