Didn't except Chabon to be such a softy. You're totally right, it'd be
a really good candidate for a second read. It's not like The Usual
Suspects level of needing the second run through, but I definitely
think it would add to the reading experience.
OK, I gotta go do some work, but I'll be back and ready to discuss
this evening. Hopefully without this freaking humidity freezing up my
keyboard (wishful thinking, I know).
It was a soft ending a soft landing? But it did tie everything up
kind of a funny message for such a detailed book. it's almost trite.
should i feel different?
I get the sense at the end that all of the death and destruction that
brought us to the end are supposed to matter less now that we've
arrived there. I am supposed to feel that Landsman's sister's death is
now completely resolved and he's done grieving now that he's back with