This is a book I've been meaning to read for quite some time and actually knew its central message quite well, already.
I skim read the book while taking notes.
As with most psychology and self help books, this one is also filled with stories which can be safely skipped if you actually get the underlying points.
I quite like the Call Me By Your Name by the same author and that's why I picked up this book.
This was a pretty quick read, but I found the plots and characters in the most part unbelievalble.
This lack of genuineness almost ruined the book for me, but finished it nonetheless since it was a quick read.
References to classics, such as hidden Roman galleries, was one of the few redeeming qualities of the book for me.
I had to miss both Rust and Scala meetups this month, unfortunately.
Quite disappointing month overall when it comes to meetups and hikes.