On my phone.
Between the copy room and my classroom.
It's my own fault really. Last night, I read
What I didn't realize was that I only had 29 pages left to go in the book. I did realize that this morning, when I was reading while I was drying my hair (something that can only be accomplished while reading on my Kindle/iPad).
That is also the point where I HAD to know what happened and how it would end. Was it the ending I wanted? No. Was it the ending that a story like this should have had? Yes.
I started this book on Sunday or Monday night, and it was a quick read. Such a wonderful book, and definitely my first book crush of 2014. It made me feel all the feelings. Sigh. Swoon.
My two favorite:
"It made her want to have his babies and give him both her kidneys."
(because I could have said something like that myself.
"I just want to break that song into little pieces," she said, "and love them all to death." (because that's how I feel about music sometimes)
This book is considered Young Adult, but the language was even hard for my delicate constitution. I don't recommend it for high school girls, or really for anyone under the age of 36.
I know that I've resolved to "More words, less screen", but I've swung the pendulum the other way in getting so involved in this book that I've neglected other areas of my life, like the set of papers that I've dragged back and forth to school every day this week.
So, I'm not starting another book until at least Sunday night, possibly Monday.
And I'll probably finish that one on my phone on Thursday morning too.