Loosely strung story of the life of an upper class English youth. The scenes jump, characters come and go, the narrator shifts abruptly from third person to first person. But despite all that, it's typical English humor, the hero is more lucky than deserving, and you can doze off without really worrying about what happens next. These kind of books were probably 19th century equivalents of YouTube cat videos - enjoy once, share with your friends and forget about it.
FEATURED AUTHOR - Jennifer J. Chow creates multicultural mysteries and fantastical young adult stories. She lives in Los Angeles, where she hunts for all things matcha. Her short fiction has most recently appeared in Over My Dead Body! Magazine, Hyphen Magazine, and Yay! LA Magazine. Her Asian-American novels include the Winston Wong Cozy Mystery series, The 228 Legacy, and Dragonfly Dreams. As our Author of the Day, Chow tells us all about her book, Mimi Lee Reads Between the Lines.