12 November 2010
Comfort Me with Apples
I read Tender at the Bone and Garlic and Sapphires about two years ago, but never got around to reading Comfort Me with Apples, the second book of what's sort of a three-part memoir. I enjoyed it, nowhere near as much as I liked the other two though, but this one is especially memorable for the story of Reichl's attempt to adopt near the end. It's worth reading just for that part since it's described so well, even though it's painful.