Canada Reads starts today but I haven’t finished all five books yet! I am, however, halfway through the last one, so at least I’m in a pretty good position to know which ones I like and which ones I don’t.

I will write a proper review of Good to a Fault once I finish it. For now I’m enjoying it, and really identify with the main character, Clara, especially in the way she second guesses herself so much. Endicott is very good at making very human characters and letting us know what they’re thinking as they do what they do. I’m very interested to see how it goes.

Based only on half the book, I’d rank it above both The Jade Peony and Generation X, which I’d put at 4th and 5th respectively, but below Fall On Your Knees and Nikolski which are in a loose tie for first.

I’m looking forward to the debates!

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