This book is written from 4-5 different points of view, each of which is kind of just a running conscious of thoughts, which at first made it hard to get, but once you got it you were good. I mean, because people think of really odd things when their minds just go and that’s kind of how this book was. I really liked some parts, particularly the Astrid and Magnus chapters, but towards the end my interest waned and I just kept reading to finish it.
Also, since my commute is so much shorter I suspect that I won’t be able to read as many books as I used to. We’ll see.