Despite already having a backlog of books, I will go ahead and buy another because of a discount or the title strikes my fancy. Plus, I am pretentious enough to have been lured by the title.
So I knew nothing about this book or the author, but Carl E. Olson’s blurb was enough to entice me.
There was much about the playfulness of the writing style I enjoyed while addressing serious topics. I was also not surprised to find later that the author has written two books on Chesterton.
This book consists of short 5–6 page chapters. I read this one slowly because there was just so much that struck me that I had to incorporate into my life. How much I see differently about the liturgy and how our daily life is a constant offering of the liturgy to God. In the back of my mind, I realized the Liturgy of the Hours was, of course, a liturgical exercise while forgetting the other liturgical offerings we can make outside of the Mass.
My short Goodreads review mentions my only caveat and other impressions.