Always a reader. Writing to remember and to share my thoughts on the books I read.
Three Martini Lunch by Suzanne Rindell builds at a very slow burn. At over 500 pages, this story takes a while to develop. The book tells the story of the book industry in 1950s and 1960s New York through three perspectives, highlighting the prejudices of the time. It is a beautiful period piece that makes a good book. It is an engaging story that, more succinctly told, would make a great book.
Read my complete review at: Memories From Books - Three Martini Lunch
Reviewed for the Penguin First to Read program