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Good for Easy Reading/Sideline Book
on 3 April 2016
I read this for free with Kindle Unlimited.
I didn't hate this book, nor did I dislike it. But did I love it? No. Could I have read and completed it if it was the only book I was reading? Probably not.
I read the blurb of the book and thought it sounded quite humorous. George Mahood set himself a 6-month challenge to celebrate all of the quirky, weird, and usually quite random holidays that pop up every day, and he really stuck to it.
The chapters within the book are really short, so it's definitely easy reading. Though most of the book is about the different holidays and challenges, along the way we learn more about George and his family, and one thing I can take from that is that George Mahood seems like a very nice man. I wish him the best of luck with his writing and with his future endeavors, but unfortunately, the book wasn't quite for me.
Don't get me wrong, again, I didn't dislike it, but this book was more a sideline piece to other fictional books I've been reading alongside it. Every day is a Holiday was my easy-reading escape when I needed a break from the heavy stuff. So if that's what you're looking for, by all means buy it!