27. “A Widow for One Year”, John Irving

Took me long enough. I started this around November. It sat on my shelf with a pen in it until this weekend. (I use pens and mechanical pencils as bookmarks. These are my new favorite things. $5 for eight at Barnes and Noble.)

I sort of like how all Irving books are the same. I talked about this before, but if you’re going to read somewhere between 500 and 800 pages, it’s nice to know what about half of them are going to say.

Page count: 668
Page total: 14,707

Next up: “The Hamburger: A History,” “The Phantom Tollbooth,” “Are You There, G-d? It’s Me, Margaret,” and “The Reader”

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