I like reading books about war dogs, shipwrecks, and lady aviators.
So this is another I couldn't make it through. I got somewhere around 150 pages in before I had to stop. It was hard enough to read the word "fingerling" over and over again but once I got to the point where I saw that each paragraph for the next 25ish pages started with "And in this room..." I knew that I'd gone as far as I could. I can see how people will enjoy this one. It felt like a novel trying to make a modern myth and that is a valiant ambition. There is definitely interesting writing and imagery, but I personally don't care to read about another single thing that the magical wife has sung into existence. I think I'm taking an ARC break after trying this one and keeping to books with a little more acclaim.
I haven't even read this book and I've been thinking about the "fingerling" and shuddering all week.