Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
In the December 7th issue of the New York Times, Charles McGrath wrote "[h]ere was a book that performed that special trick of fiction, the one that never gets tired: It lifted me out of myself, my grumbling and my self-pity, and in language just like the language we use every day, only better, dropped me down in another place and among people far more interesting, who had more on their plate than just a stack of books."
Read his essay Caution - Reading Can Be Hazardous to see what prompted this quote! I hope you find a book soon that makes you feel the way McGrath's book did. Let us know if you need any suggestions.