Well, this place is a giant forum of writers. So we can (almost) safely assume that a few of us are going to be well-read, right? So let's say you've got a book that you're thinking of reading, but you're not sure if it's worth buying/devoting time to. Is it really great? Or could it be overrated? Maybe it's the most wonderful book ever, or just not worth it. Here's where you can ask! Seeing as our membership spans across several continents, thousands of different viewpoints, and even multiple generations, there should be a wide amount of books read between us. So if someone asks about a book and you've read it, feel free to offer your opinion. I'll start as an example: I'm interested in the book The Commitments, by Roddy Doyle. I've read some of his other stuff and thought it was positively the best of its kind, ever. I've heard that The Commitments is pretty popular in the UK, even getting made into a successful movie. What I'm looking for is an involving book with a focus on music, and maybe some dark humor. And, of course, a plain good book. Would anyone know this book well enough to offer an opinion?