The first for my scary-reads month!
This book is a bit of a mixed bag for me. One moment it gets tedious and the next you are hooked. It‘s like walking in a normal, mundane neighborhood for sometime with nothing interesting to see when at one point you turn a corner and get this unexpected magnificent view.
Seems like it‘s gonna be a good one - just started chapter two, so still deciding what to make of it.
Onto Chapter 4 and extremely enjoying this. So interesting - all completely new to me and am fascinated and obviously intrigued.
So my colleague came back from lunch hour and says “I‘m going to look up this book a friend I just met is reading “A hundred fears of Solitude”. I go “Oh what an original (not) name”. She starts googling the title while looking a pic of the book cover. Meanwhile I look at the same pic only to see the name of the author - Gabriel Garcia Marquez! Erm, I say, that‘s years not fears! As you can deduce my colleague is defo not into books at all. 😂
Read this book in March this year and has remained with me ever since. So haunting . . .