Sometimes I finish a book and wonder how the hell I am going to summon 1000 or so words to talk about it. Other times, I am so keyed up about what I have just read that I can barely wait to share it with whoever reads this column.
This is one of those 'can't wait to share it' moments.
The book in question is a biography, and it was so well done that it didn't even matter that I was not really a fan of the subject. It took me into a world and lifestyle that I knew nothing about, spat me out, exhausted, at the other end, and kept me completely entertained from the first page to the last. There was not a single thing about it that I would have changed. My only regret was that it was not another 200 pages longer.
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