I can't even explain why I read Catching Jordan in one day - everything is just right. The day I was reading this book, whenever I wanted to do something else, I found myself sneaking glances at the book and thinking whether I could read just one more chapter. And then I ended up reading the whole book.
And Then Things Fall Apart is the perfect book to read in a day because you just don't notice the time passing. With this one, it doesn't feel like you're reading a book - it feels as if your best friend is telling you a story. And why not listen to your friend until she's done telling her story?
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