One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest - Ken Kesey They told me this was a really good book and whattayaknow?!, they weren't wrong.

I'm not usually a reader that cries at books, and if one can squeeze a tear out of my eyes, tha's amazing. But this book, though it didn't make me cry completely, still left me with an empty spot inside. And this is what happens when I get my hands on a wonderful book - I miss is afterwards.

I think McMurphy is an incredibly well made character. Even though it's ficcional, even though it's just play on a paper, I could feel and understand the way he thought, the way he reacted to different things and situations. He is made up of many pieces, but they all end up in portraying this mamuth personality that changes something for each of the men that met him. Really now, how many characters have you met in books that could do that?

Beautiful, beautiful book, I'm so happy I read it.