Saturday, 9 July 2011

Review of The Waiting Place


The Waiting Place: Learning to Appreciate Life's Little Delays [Paperback] By Eileen Button is a collection of short essays about waiting, whether it’s waiting ‘in traffic, grocery store lines, waiting to grow up or waiting for true love.’
I really enjoyed this book and liked the short essays as it made it easy for me to understand where the author was coming from. There were times throughout this book that I felt for the author especially chapters nine and ten.
Being from the UK I had never read anything by this author before as she writes for the Flint Journal. The book is about discovering things while waiting for something else. At times I was confused as there was language in the book which I didn’t understand. This book made me think about my own life and that true love really is worth waiting for. I would definitely recommend this book to others.

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