I have had this book sitting on my “to read” pile (the pile is now 34 books long) for awhile and thought I would finally get around to it. I know that it was the trendy and popular book about a year or two ago and I admit that I am behind in the times, however I am learning to live with my lack of trendiness – I just call it Retro.
I actually started reading it about a year ago and only got through the first chapter; I guess I wasn’t in the right head space at the time. However, this time I found it fascinating. It was appropriately humorous and warmly compelling…none of the ideas were new per say but the narrative Miller wove was gripping.