Not really, but reading fast! So fast!
(photo taken from arts.nationalpost.com)
I will tell you nothing about the book except for this:
I will do a review once I’m done, but I’ll probably just post another Youtube video of parkour.
Timothy Taylor was previously nominated for the Giller Prize for Stanley Park so I will take this as an opportunity to tell you that as you were busy reading and thinking about my blog posts from a few weeks ago about how I am doing two self-made, self-entertaining challenges where I read a Pulitzer prize-winning book from each decade and also a Governor’s General prize-winning book from each decade, I changed my mind.
I am doing the Pulitzer thing, because I want to read some American classics I haven’t read, but I am a lot more interested in modern Canadian authors. So I am going to choose from the past ten years of Giller-prize nominees (not necessarily winners) one book from 2001 until now.
Check out an excellently written review of my first Pulitzer book, The Age of Innocence, and then also a series of poorly-written book reviews I recorded in a journal of mine that is on paper not blog.
Anyway, I have to go sit in a hammock and read this thing.