Do remember those moments, when you’re reading through your favorite book, and the author goes on and on about the details of a coat? Looking at you Anne Rice.
What would it be like to read a gripping, engrossing story that doesn’t pussy-foot around the point? What about a story that doesn’t have all that cumbersome filler and delivers an entertaining experience from cover to cover?
It would be Kiss Me Like You Love Me by Wednesday Lee Friday.
A horrific yet humorous tale that delves deep into the mind of a serial killer with mommy issues. Sounds familiar, and may even sound a bit tired for the genre. But it’s so much more than just another copy. Kiss Me Like You Love Me stands on its own with a narrative that flows like a train on consciousness. Wednesday Lee Friday’s unique style gives each paragraph energy to keep you engaged, and the tone may even have you sad for characters you should hate.
And for those that struggle to find time to enjoy a good read, take this as an example. I received a copy of Kiss Me Like You Love Me last night and stormed through it this morning, losing track of time, losing previous stress, and feeling like I went through an experience I would surely read again today.
Kiss Me Like You Love Me by Wednesday Lee Friday is highly recommended.