Trying to get into this, but it's slow going. But some of the jokes remind me of the mother goose play my son was in in 8th grade
I keep waiting for Ryan to remember what happened. My guesses are driving me crazy.
A wall imprisons the people of a country as much as it protects them.
Just started and already enjoying the humor.
I read this 10 years ago and decided to reread it. I believe this book is the reason my sister became a stripper ( and possibly more). Still an interesting look into the sex industry.
Reading Irish authors for March book club.
"It's been said that racism is so American that when we protest racism, some assume we are protesting America."
Been waiting a long time to read this one.
April's book club theme is funny/comedy. Finally using the overdrive account to read an online book.
Too many characters. Plot wasn't strong enough.
Thought this might fit scary book club theme, but so far it's just terrible.
The pockets thing is pretty irritating too.
Britt-Marie thinks about it for a while, then turns to the children and says with all the encouragement she can muster: "Try not to get too dirty."
No one normal ever changed a crapping thing.
I felt the book was slow moving compared to Moriarty's other books. I wanted to know what happened, but at yhe same time didn't like the stereotypical characters.