Continuing a week where I squeal over things that make me happy,
I can't recommend this book highly enough.
I know I take odious joy in awful movies and frivolous books, but this one is a keeper.
Beautiful, lyrical, deep, dreamy, luscious, with just a few token tears at the end.
It's about a magical circus that randomly appears and a star-crossed love that defies logic and reason. I bought it for my Nook, but I'll be buying it in print, too.
Whoever says print is dead couldn't be more wrong.
For something this spectacular, I'm happy to pay twice.