When I was flipping through my Book Log (stenographer’s notebook #5), I found several books I’d mentioned but not reviewed here on PWR:
A Man Called Ove’ by Fredrik Backman, our Third Tuesday Book Club selection, was a huge hit with all the members and a book I enjoyed. I had seen the movie first (with Finnish subtitles) and LOVED it, so I was a bit skeptical about reading the book. Evidently the reason I liked the film so much was because it followed the book so closely.
It is the story of a curmudgeon, recently forced to retire, who kept to rigid routines and often demonstrated a short fuse. The opening of the book is different from the opening of the movie, so to ensure I don’t give anything away, I will deal with the plot sparingly. The book is described as a “word of mouth bestseller,” and that…
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