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3 stars, really long, not really worth almost 500 pages

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Meh. I did not enjoy this book. It could be because I listened to this rather than read it, but I don't think so. I think it is because she MADE HIM A HAM SANDWICH AFTER FINDING OUT HE WAS HAVING AN AFFAIR WITH HER BEST FRIEND!!! I could not relate to Hadley at all, which makes a book hard to enjoy for me. Even though I admit I am not a romantic and wasn't in her position, I know, times were different then, I can't imagine being so weak and pathetic.

Ann Patchett is coming to the library I work at in a month. I read State of Wonder last year and it was one of my favorites of 2011 and one of my all time favorite books. Many people recommended I read Bel Canto since she is coming and I loved State of Wonder so much. One thing is clear to me, I am a fan of Ann Patchett. Her writing is fabulous. I did not enjoy Bel Canto as much as State of Wonder and wouldn't consider it a favorite book of mine, but I really did enjoy it...

This happens very rarely, but I am adding Art of Fielding to my favorites shelf! Only about 1 book a year gets added to the top and this definitely deserves a spot. Character development is my number one requirement with books and Chad Harbach did not let me down. I did not want this one to end, in fact, I dragged out the end because I did not want to say goodbye to the personalities in this book. Fabulous read, highly recommended.

This is my most favorite book. It was given no justice by the recent movie. I will never stop reading this book.

Great book by the author who wrote We Need to Talk About Kevin (also a great - but extremely disturbing book)