I wasn’t expecting greatness from Love on the Brain. But I at least expected to enjoy it as much as her last book The Love Hypothesis. Instead it became a rather sad DNF and I’m mostly annoyed that I bought it. I knew in two chapters this wasn’t going to work for me.
I am weirdly optimistic when it comes to books. I believe that they will get better which rarely is something I can do in real life. It keeps me reading. It makes it hard to DNF. And I have never used the Audible refund policy for a book whether I like it or not. So … More Out: I Actually Sent This Back
M*A*S*H Directed By: Robert Altman If you had told me that M*A*S*H would be a classic film that I wouldn’t even be able to finish I would have called you nuts. I grew up watching reruns of the show and for some reason always assumed that naturally I’d love the 1970 film it was based … More DNF’ing M*A*S*H (1970)
House of Leaves By: Mark Z. Danielewski In an effort to read something a little different I found something like the Shroedinger’s cat of books in that I liked it and didn’t like it. And that I finished it and DNF’ed it. I saw someone say that in the end people can interpret this book … More Frustration and Footnotes