Opening a new book and finding it easy to read is a treat. It takes a lot of skill and talent to put words together in a way that’s easy on the brain and doesn’t cause fatigue. Using those words to put together a good story is a special talent all of its own. Put those talents together and you have a good author.
GOOD LIKE THIS is a fiction book that follows a successful business man as he navigates a bunch of challenges in life. Part of his struggle is his relationship with type 1 diabetes and how it fits into everything else he has going on: a struggling marriage, parenting a young child, a demanding career, and a longing for the speedy legs of his younger days.
In many ways the things he wrestles with are exactly what you and I wrestle with, which made the story very easy to relate to. In other ways his lifestyle is so next-level that the situations were unbelievable, which gave the story a sense of adventure and excitement.
It’s easy for me to give a glowing review for a book I had such a good time reading.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of GOOD LIKE THIS for review. I was not asked to write about it or mention it on any social media channels.
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