Due to the St. Patrick’s Day festivities running rampant throughout Chicago this past week, I’ve fallen a little behind in my reading, and as such, there’s no book review today. I didn’t partake in any of the aforementioned events, but that’s what I’m going to blame this delay on, just because.
I’m shooting for Wednesday right now, so stay tuned for more. To give you a little bite to snack on in the meantime, I’ll tell you which book I’m reviewing, if that’s something you’d be interested in. If not, you don’t have to look, and I’ll prolong this paragraph here in case you’re still deciding what you’re going to do. If you want to read it, read on. If not, stop here. Really, stop here. Actually, I’ll just insert a “Read More” tab so that way you don’t see anything at all. I think that’s what I’ll do. Of course, if you do want to see what book I’m reading, it’ll be more work for you, having to click on the tab and such, but at least you’ll still be seeing the book title. Regardless, I’ll write it down now. It’s
It’s Gun, With Occasional Music by Jonathan Lethem.
And because I’m feeling generous, I’ll put the cover here too: