3 words: plain-spoken, dramatic, unsentimental
The month of re-reading continues…
It's rare that I allow myself the luxury of re-reading a book, but sometimes I'm fortunate and my assigned reading causes me to re-read something I loved.
Enter: True Grit.
And, as always, the second reading was a different, more complex experience than the first.
(I love how this happens.)
The first time I read this book, I marveled at Mattie’s clear, strong narrative voice and her toughness.
The second time, I knew to expect those things, so instead, I really felt the feels.
And man, this book is filled with them.
It was only on the second time through, that this book made me get teary-eyed.
(Did not expect that)
It reminded me of that time I re-read The Sisters Brothers and felt it the second time.
This re-reading can be hard on a person.
So guys… Ever been surprised by a book you re-read?