I have a lot of gifts, like roasting nuts, making people feel comfortable, and talking about nuts to make people feel uncomfortable. Describing WHY I enjoyed something, be it a book or a play or a movie, in any sort of innovative way, is not one of my strengths. But still, I want you to know that this book I just read — Turner House, about the lives of a family house in Detroit, spanning 65 years — is exquisite, and so:
WRITING EVEN GOODER.
DID NOT WANT TO PUT DOWN GOOD BOOK.
MADE KNOWLEDGE AND FEELINGS OF HUMANITY; LIFE AFFIRMED BY WORDS IN BOOK, ALSO A FEW LAUGHS, ALSO LEARNED NEW AND DEEP THINGS. BOOK WILL STAY IN HEAD.
GOOD BOOK GOOD.
THANKS FOR RECOMMENDATION, BLAINE. GOOD FRIEND. GOOD BRAIN.