I have been aware of this title for a while, but did not know what it was about. Maybe I was aware because shortlisted for Orange prize or because author based in UK.
I was underwhelmed. Tractors just about only appear in italic sections and you do not have to read italics, right? Still I found it dull. Very colloquial and did not have impact or come to a meaningful conclusion.
I still have Tractors in Ukraine by Monica Lwecyca to finish.
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I have also started Century Girls by Tessa Dunlop.
I have Tender is the Night by Scot Fitzgerald to read for May book club.
I have also been reading about The Guernsey lottery and potatoes peel pie society which is a book, that is being released as a film in UK on 20th April. Apparently it is written in the form of letters; therefore film will be very different. It sounds interesting, but I do not know if got time to read.
I have been reading The Life I left behind, which I started a my parents. It was one that was on the shelf at my parents that I had ‘read’ and put there for my sister. But, I can not really remember story. I’m reading it slowly.
But now the Kerry Lonsdale that Chelia (Pink for Days) was reading at my blog party has arrived and I want to start that.
Before I was at my parents, I was reading A Short History of Tractor’s in the Ukraine. Although it is not just about tractors; as it’s title suggests it is a little dull.