Every Day Is a Holiday Kindle Edition
|Length: 327 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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The author comes across a guy you wouldn't mind sitting next to on a plane or something, as well as a great father and caring person towards others such as his neighbours who sort of kidnap his cat each day. If this book was that interesting with lets face it fairly boring in real life subject matter, I can't wait to check out what he has written with more active adventures.
I like books that address a subject I have not read much about previously, and this book about a different holiday each day fits that bill.
One thing I wish this author and many other authors today would change is to eliminate the f-bomb and replace it with characters such as @#%(^! This author also frequently used the s-word. With so many expressive emoticons available these days, perhaps an author could choose one of those to express his anger or disapproval.
You'll definitely enjoy this book and learn about some crazy holidays in the process. I have to read part 2 next but then I'm on to Free Country or maybe the latest book which sounds intriguing as well as uplifting. I have no doubt that George has the ability to inspire, although I think I prefer celebrating inane holidays than participating in a triathlon!
Every day reading this (okay, it was two days) was, do I even enjoy this book day. But then something would make me really laugh, whether it was the holiday of the day being ‘celebrated’ or a family anecdote related. Back I’d go and be entertained again, right to the finish. I’ll stop now as there is a follow up I need to download.