What I Loved
Publish date: 2003
Publisher: Sceptre (Hodder and Stoughton)
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
I did not enjoy What I loved. I also don’t know why I sometimes force myself to continue reading certain books, although I clearly don’t like them. I already quit reading Hustvedt’s novel two or even three times before, so I guess, I really wanted this to be good, but it is just not happening for me...
Received as a Birthday Gift. *sighs*Excited!
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What I Loved - was not this book. What I liked was the writing style - good flow, captivating descriptions and the characters felt real and complex. But the overall plot had a meandering feel and reading the book felt like seeing the middle part of a good movie. Interesting story, but not sure ex...