Book Review: Mr. Fox
Fairytale romances end with a wedding. The fairytales that don't get more complicated. In this book, celebrated writer Mr. Fox can't stop himself from killing off the heroines of his novels, and neither can his wife, Daphne. It's not until Mary, his muse, comes to life and transforms him from author into subject that his story begins to unfold differently. Meanwhile, Daphne becomes convinced that her husband is having an affair, and finds her way into Mary and Mr. Fox's game. And so Mr. Fox is offered a choice: Will it be a life with the girl of his dreams, or a life with an all-too-real woman who delights him more than he cares to admit?
Seeing as how I only read 100 pages, I can't really properly review this book. I'll just say that I couldn't get into it. Maybe my mind was preoccupied with too many things last week, or maybe it was just plain confusing. Either way, I gave it 100 pages, before I promptly returned it to the library. I am eagerly awaiting my next book.
Has anyone read this book before? Did you like it? Should I give it another try?