And when I say "brief," I mean brief.
Gwendy's Button Box hit shelves yesterday, and thanks to the magic that is Amazon Prime, I received my copies (one hardback and one audiobook) mid-afternoon.
I waited until the end of the night to sit down with it, though, and that turned out to be okay, because I read it in one sitting. I say "one sitting," but technically, there were several sittings in there. The breaks were laundry-related, and I'm classifying them as pauses in the entire process, not in the actual reading. So I'm claiming it was "one sitting," and by damn, we're all gonna have to be okay with that.
Anyways, I enjoyed the book.
I don't actually want to say anything more than that. I went into it almost dead cold in terms of plot knowledge, which is how I like it. I have no intention of spoiling anything about it -- which is not to say that there's any kind of a Serling-esque plot twist to be spoiled (there isn't [unless there is and this is just a ruse to throw you off the scent (it isn't)]) -- even by hinting at specifics.
Which prompts a question: what am I going to say here?