I am calling this a book remark because I am not going to review the book. Instead I am going to give you some advice. DON’T READ IT UNTIL ALL 3 BOOKS ARE RELEASED. This book is awesome and I like it better than Fifty Shades of Grey. I am not sure I understand why I like it better, just yet. But I do. But now that I have read the first book in this trilogy I am going to have to wait for the next installment. I am going to start banging my head against the wall……now. Maybe I will knock myself out until the final book arrives in September. SEPTEMBER…. REALLY?!?!? I am incapable of waiting, I really am.
Great book, but be ready to have to wait.
I finsihed reading Being Henry David by Cal Armistead, last night. I have to agree with Tara over at The Librarian Who Doesn’t Say Shh…., this book is a little hard to categorize and will leave you wanting just a tad bit more. Having said that, it is still a good book and I will definately recomend it to others. I originally purchased the book to share with my Step-son, but I ended up reading it first. He will read the whole thing in a day, so I don’t feel too bad for making him wait two days before turning it over to him.
This book is about a teenage boy named Hank, or Henry David depending on who he is interating with. He wakes up at Penn Station with only Henry David Thureau’s book, Walden at his side and no memory of how he arrived at that spot. This book with take you through his journey to figure out how and why he is in his current predicament. He meets some interesting and inspirational people along the way. Well they inspired me, at least. The ending isn’t quite what I expected and it definately left me wanting to know more. So maybe we can expect a short story that will tie the ending into a nice neat bow for us?!?!? Probably not, but a girl can hope can’t she?
This book is an easy read. Not a suspensful page turner but your interest will definately be peeked and keep you wanting to read more.
On to the next book…….
Being Henry David.
This sounds like an interesting read. I think I might get this for Gage – the reader of the family, and myself!
Has anyone read it yet? Please no spoilers!