Cat’s Eye – Margaret Atwood
I got this book in the mail via bookcrossing, and read it almost the same day I got it! And waited a month to write about it. Well. We can’t always do everything right.
This book describes how a child sees the world, and how an adult sees the world, and how they don’t always overlap – and the problems this can create for the child. Adults don’t understand, so the child is left to deal with it’s very real problems on it’s own. It’s a wonder so many of us can grow up into functional human beings, in a way. I also liked her style, how she described things and her associations which were rather outside the box. I like outside the box.
The plot, however, and many of the characters, weren’t anything to write home about. Or to write on a blog about. So I won’t.