So I found a new book and now I don't have to force myself to finish reading The cell because it's about "zombies". King's always been too wordy for me without enough jolting darkness. I picked up Delirium by Laura Restrepo. I know they say not to judge a book by it's cover, and I didn't, but now that I look at it, I know I won't have a problem finishing it. The font used for the title is my kind of writing. Something else that I may be reading is The girl next door which is based on the a story the movie AN AMERICAN CRIME is about.
Delirium seems really deep. The sentence structure is unusual because the sentences are so long. I don't know what to make of them. Run-on sentences? or madness? The character names symbolically contain meaning for me on a personal level, and that's cool. I expect that the next movie I go see with CK will depict her character as the villain, but I'm hoping this book will help me see things the way a sociopath thinks. It's for a screenplay, and I thinks it is working.