And here we are, now September, Labour Day's come and gone... hmmm...
Anyhoot, a friend who used to live here was back in town for a visit so we met up last Saturday for stroll around downtown and some munchies after.
|Rogue Kitchen & Wetbar|
Deciding what kind of drink to have, something caught my friend's attention and when we asked about its size, I swear, we didn't think it was that much. HAH!
|Sushi Bombs 2.0|
|Fries x 3 (with gorgonzola cream and bacon, with truffle oil and parmesan,|
Good times, indeed!
Other than meeting my friend, didn't really have anything concrete planned for the weekend. I just really wanted to relax, and perhaps read a book or 2.
As far as liking this book, I usually gauge how good a book is by how much I'm not able to put it down or how quickly I can read it. I finished it in 2 days or so. I've finished some books in a night, or definitely less than a day. I know, 2 days is not bad. But one reason I think is I just want to finish it. Is that good? To a degree, I still say yes.
Firstly, I'm not a circus fan so for me to read it, in the first place, and finish at that, I think says something already. But it was kinda' slow-moving for me as vivid as some parts of the book are. Also, I wish the writer focused on fewer characters which would have probably allowed for more development of the 2 main characters. It almost felt like an ensemble. It felt like it didn't fully demonstrate the love that supposedly developed between the 2 main characters.
Anyhoot, just my take, that's all... Will I read it again? Doubt it. Can I part with it to share with friends? Yes. Did I enjoy it? I say it's alright...
Yup, everybody's a critic...