Just what can I say? This book was so gentle and tender and beautiful. It’s quiet and steady. It’s ok to read slowly. It’s written as a (very long) letter from an aging father to his 7 year old son. I loved every moment. It is a book to be savoured.
I bookmarked passages to write down or to read aloud to my long suffering husband and my book-loving friend, and now the top of the book has dozens of yellow flappy post-its sticking out. This book of fatherly wisdom of full of gems. Beautiful.
I grabbed this book at the library just because it’s a Pulitzer Prize winner. I really would love to own this one. It’s a keeper.
I’m feel happy. I always feel happy when I find a really good book.