This short book is about a slice of life of an interpreter in The Hague, her job interpreting for war criminals, her friends and her love life. I liked it, although I felt like I never really got to know the main character.
Finished this up on a trip home from a conference. Not sure how I feel about this one. I enjoyed parts of it, but I'm also not sure I'm fully clear on the point of it. Also, I cannot get behind authors who choose not to use quotation marks around dialogue. I find it greatly distracting and it makes everything feel detached, like it's a summary of what was said, not a conversation. This was my May #Bookspin @TheAromaofBooks