Life has taken a hectic turn these days so a lot of things have been put on the back burner. My reading is one of those things. I signed up for 25 books for my Goodreads Challenge and chances are I am not going to make it. I am going to try, however.
I just finished "A Man Called Ove" by Fredrik Backman.
I picked it up after reading another of Backman's works - "My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry", which I thoroughly enjoyed, even through the sad parts.
"Ove" wasn't as sad -- it was funny. It was a good study of the human condition, what makes us tick, what makes us vulnerable and what makes us keep on keeping on even when we don't know why.
I would recommend this book to anybody. It ends well, predictably, neatly tied up like you would expect and that is ok - it was so Ove.