I'm reading a thrilling book this week.
It's Gone Girl by GIllian Flynn. It's a fast moving whodunnit and I'm having a hard time putting it down to get things accomplished.
I love the mystery of the book... but also the witticisms that the author spurts out that have me guffawing. I just started Part II of the book where the main titular character describes the way women will often become the woman of their man's dreams (e.g. pretending to like sports, poker, non-stop horizontal bedroom sports, etc). Then she talks about the fact that you never hear about men pretending that they're huge Jane Austen fans, wanting to take up knitting... and oh wait! This was starting to feel a little too personal! You can see why I liked it!
But trust me. It's a great read and you'll be glad you picked it up. I am halfway through and can hardly wait until I get my work done today so I can get right back to it.