Jim Jiang Jiang itibaren Haleth, Uttarakhand 249131, Hindistan
I tried, and I started off thinking it would get interesting. Made it to the early 100's, couldn't stand Richard or Eliza, read some reviews... It's only going to get worse, so I'm ditching it. Don't have another 400 pages in me.
a book on food written by an ethicist. absolutely worth reading. singer goes into detail on the background of food, (i learned SO MUCH about fish) and offers some interesting perspectives on why local isn't always better.
Not as good as the other books I've read by this author. It's about a woman who inherits a house down south after the death of a relative she never knew. She goes there to settle the estate and try to understand the mystery surrounding the death of this relative, as well the mystery around her family. Along the way she learns about herself. It seemed to drag on for me, and I did have to make myself finish it. It's not that it was boring, just a little slow and predictable for me.