I just read "Dealing with Tomorrow". Got it on my Kindle Unlimited subscription and started it at 11pm at night, finished around 4pm the next day. Yes - it was that good. Spent all of a flight reading instead of working
A little different from the type of book I normally read - slower paced. I'd guess this style is typically more popular with the female reader than the male, but the slow pace didn't bother me at all, because I was enjoying the journey so much. I'd guess the author put a lot of personal experiences and a melange of friends / acquaintances into this. The main character was very authentic - while certainly quirky the oddness had me nodding my head knowingly or snickering rather than heading into the realm of falseness.
The whole book was written very professionally - not a single jarring moment which is really rare.
I've put this author on my favorites list which is a real compliment - I reckon less than 1 in 50 of the authors I read make it there.
If I had any constructive feedback it would be.
1) The references to London threw me a bit early in the book. I thought it was London England, not London Canada for quite a while and some things were just a little "off". Once i realized it was Canada, it made sense again.
2) While the main character was wonderfully developed, the other characters were not. When they were in peril - I didn't really find myself caring that much. This could just be a natural result of the way the book is written in the 1st person, but I think a little more could have been done here.
Again - really impressive. Thanks for an enjoyable read.