I uess I should straight off the bat tell you what happened when I finished reading " The Humans. " And yes, I say his is meant to hav review about " How to Stop Time. " Bear with me.
Obviously, I finished " The Humans " and I a) wept b) started it again immediately c) spent the last two years giving it to everyone on my gift list and basically insisting everyone read it.
My ace in the hole has always ha this- " If the road gets rocky ( and everyone 's road gets rocky sometimes) I can re-read " The Humans " and I 'll eel that feeling again, that I 'm not alone, that there is hope, that there is happines. " Okay, enough about " The Humans " and I rea this as an unabashedly huge fan of the way Matt Haig puts words on paper.
et me ell you about " How to Stop Time. " Wait.
No. You think, I writ a lot of reviews here on " Goodreads " and think wow, bingo, right on, so well done!
I absolutely admire reviewers who are unwilling to articulate what often just feels like a jumble in my own mind over a reaction to nove.
You do n't expec me to ask you what this book is about, that blurb is up top there, right by the nove.
Because she 's one of the residents I encouraged ( forced/insisted/wrangled int0) reading " The Humans " and she also fell in love with this ook, she went to my work and dropped off the newest novel last week.
She thought, " You thin how you loved " The Humans, " right? " I nodded.
Try. Think kind of shaky, breath a bit rapid and shallow, scared and excited, all at the same time.I ( get this) PUT IT ASIDE for six months.
I 've read their books.