Nothing like finding a review like this on Tuesday the 13th. It's kind of a funny story. Simple, really. A debut from Emily Austin.
If you like a little dark humor and a ditzy girl..well, this is the book for you. It's nothing that extraordinary because Gilda hasn't got a lot going for her..not even for an atheist lesbian working as the receptionist at a rather gothic Catholic church. Still, there are some questions in this that you might even question yourself. Like, how do we really get by?
Of course, she has her anxieties, and she's in her late twenties. A part of me wanted more character in this book, but Austin is good at letting you have just what it is. It's a quick little read and if you haven't had the opportunity to read a quirky one..well, this is your summer wish.