One of those books that stir something inside the reader. It hurts somehow, probably because there's too much reality in it. And too much reality hurts.
I picked up this book because of the lovely cover design, and because it is a diary -- having just read Virginia Ironside's old lady diary and found it enjoyable. It is better than I have expected -- nobel laureates are usually boring but she is not in this book. Have finished the part about the old lady (again!) and am going through Janna's new boyfriend and messy niece....Continua