― Alan Bradley, The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie."~
Now, what book lover wouldn't love a book with quotes like that in it?
Thursday, April 25th we met at Ann's new home and got the GRAND tour . . . what a beautiful home and so perfect for their family!
After the tour we discussed Alan Bradley's, Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. Most everyone liked Flavia de Luce, her intelligence, her sleuthing style and her interesting view of life ~ some wanted to read more of Alan Bradley and others did not.
This book had a quirky humor . . .
“Whenever I'm out-of-doors and find myself wanting to have a first-rate think, I fling myself down on my back, throw my arms and legs out so that I look like an asterisk, and gaze at the sky. ”
And . . .“Anyone who knew the word slattern was worth cultivating as a friend.”