John knew that he had to keep the lawn in front of the library hydrated.
By all possible means.
A brisk walk (in orange alert weather!) to the library, and a half hour road trip through 1974 America thanks to Stephen Shore.
Great way to clear the head.
Then I was accosted by two kids on the street who were screaming “Dad! Daddy! Papa!”
They were actually mine. It still cost me 8 slices of Italian salami from the Granny Aisle…
Jazz night. In my favourite library of all times.
The guys from the On/Off quartet were good. Very good.
Connecting all the dots…
To be totally honest, I didn’t hold high hopes for this paperback.
Picked it up from the shelf at lunchtime, not really knowing what to expect.
This is a page turner if I ever read one.
I just couldn’t put it down.
Rob really knows how to hold his readership in the palm of his hand, and take it on a journey of self discovery.
I drank in his every word.
I read somewhere that there is a sequel. I hope that’s it not just a rumour.
I have to have it. I can’t wait.
I want to read it NOW!