I am so enjoying it! I've only read the first few chapters but I can't wait to read more. I just love the way the author uses language. He cracks me up with the narrator's self-effacing humor ("I'm happy to say [no brain damage] surfaced until I entered tenth grade and signed up for Plane Geometry") and I even love the chapter titles (Beauteous Are My Cakes Indeed, Peeking at Eternity).
I actually can't read it at work because I get too sucked in by it and then forget the time. Darn work getting in the way.
Another book I just learned about sounds intriguing as well, but for very different reasons. The book is about the musicians on the Titanic who continued to play even while it was sinking.
I know the movie romanticised it, but it just seems so noble and kind for them to stay and continue playing.
I couldn't find a clip with it, but I love it when the lead musician says, "Gentlemen, it's been an honor playing with you tonight." Makes me want to weep.
Too bad it's such a long wait on Netflix right now. I totally want to see it again.
Any books you'd recommend? I'm always looking for new titles!