Reading

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The Perfect Nanny by Leïla Slimani

After Muse & the Marketplace 2018 I had a couple days off and was ready to escape to a different world--the perfect time to read. This book sucked me in and I finished it in less than 24 hours, a feat for a slow reader like myself.

The first three pages are the conclusion of the story, every dies, and then you meet the happy (with the usual amount of annoyed with each other) couple and their children.

 A hand holding the book  The Perfect Nanny  open next to a mostly empty cup of coffee.

A hand holding the book The Perfect Nanny open next to a mostly empty cup of coffee.

This is a dark read, but one that reveals painful humanity.