That’s really cool. I haven’t got around to reading it yet, but I bought it for 99p in a Kindle deal a couple of months ago. Must give it a shot.
On a separate note, A Brief History of Seven Killings is still sitting on the bookshelf by my bedside, unread.
As to what I’m reading at the moment, I am currently in the middle of Moonglow by Michael Chabon. I have liked a lot of other Chabon books a great deal more. This one is a lot more grounded than say, Kavalier and Clay or The Yiddish Policeman’s Union. It isn’t the most cheerful of stories.
I also read A Legacy of Spies by John LeCarré, Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman and The Lovers by John Connolly, all of which I thoroughly enjoyed.
I have the Star Trek Discovery tie in novel and he by John Connolly awaiting a read.