Reading, for me, is entertainment and an escape from the real world. But it can also inform and stretch the boundaries of the life I live.
Incredibly frustrated. This book is shelved on my To Read and Wish List shelves on GR, but I own the book and have already read it. I don't know if I just got busy and forgot to move it on my shelves, or if it somehow got moved for me. I'm going to assume the first, since I have no record of writing a review. Unfortunately, about all that I can remember from reading it is that I chewed through it pretty quickly, so it must have been interesting, but I also associate a vaguely dissatisfied feeling with it in the end. So I'm going to just assign it a 3-star, since I would expect a 4-star book to have made a more lasting impression on me.