After visiting Savannah in October, I just had to read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. My observations:
1. That has to be the best book title ever.
2. The statue on the cover is not longer at Bonaventure Cemetery. The jerks took it out to put into a museum. However, Bonaventure is one of the loveliest, most dreamlike places I've ever been in - except for the stupid mosquitos.
3. I want to read more books like this - full of outrageous and interesting characters and able to completely pull me into the idea of a place. Suggestions? Bonus points for nonfiction suggestions.
4. The title to this post is part of my newest favorite saying. Read the book to realize its wonderfulness.
Rating is a wholehearted 9.