Wow. Just finished reading Hank Green’s AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING. It’s a page turner, a “can’t put it down” kinda book. They do come along every once in a while. In it, the main character discovers a “sculpture” in Central Park, a very large sculpture that appeared over night, and with the help of her videographer friend, they acquire the unique distinction of being the first to video tape the creation and dub it, “Carl”. Then Carls are discovered to have turned up in public spaces all over the world.
The book touches on social mob culture that hits close to home without being preachy. Affiliate links are eluding me, so if you are so inclined, you may want to check it out here: AN ABSOLUTELY REMARKABLE THING .
Currently, I’m reading Agatha Christie’s Mrs. Marple’s short stories, and about to begin ACCIDENT ON THE A35 for my book club. BTW, John Green’s novel was a bookclub pick. Bobbi, you chose well!