I didn’t notice the exact moment when I got caught up in this book. It’s not one of those that I fall in love with by the end of page one or two.
But by the time Michael jumped off a moving bus in London in a hopeless chase after Julia, forgetting the record he had struggled so hard to locate, I felt breathless and desolate.
**Note from Sunday: What a great comparision between music and food! You spend hours on preparation and its gone in such a short time!
6 thoughts on “Saturday’s Book: “An Equal Music” by Vikram Seth”
Love the prep-gone angle… though with a lot of the Chinese food I make it’s done in 10 minutes (which is one of my favorite parts about that cuisine!)
I should follow your example, Brad – Chinese is great for the vegetarians in our family.
Bet you know the kind of violins he mentions, too!
Thanks for checking it out!
I added this book to my wishlist, thanks.
Just wonder if you have read The Swan Thieves by Elizabeth Kostova. I am spellbound by the book! It’s the most fascinating book I’ve read in years. I haven’t finished it yet and I don’t want it to end!
Thanks for your recommendation! Never heard of it – will write it down and look for it. I never know what I will find at the library, so will certainly search!
Thanks a million!