I have been reading a lot of quick-read books lately, especially after finishing the Penguin Classics edition of Count of Monte Cristo. It took me forever to finish the book but it was definitely worth it. I'm reading faster-paced books this time because according to my 2013 goodreads reading challenge, I am three books behind schedule! And I blame it on Alexandre Dumas. But I loved the book, nonetheless.
So to help me recover from my delayed reading challenge, I picked up The Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick. As part of my OC disease, I really don't like buying movie tie-in editions but I cannot find the original cover of the book so I grabbed the copy I saw at fully booked. I never EVER like spending 600 pesos (or more) for a thin, small paperback but hey, it was cheaper than national bookstore's price so whatever.
Silver Linings Playbook (sigh). You know this feeling when you read a book that may not be the best book you've read but gave you the feels? And you end up staring across your room and letting everything sink in and get satisfaction to the point where you don't picture what happens next anymore.