Tinkers. Hmmm. I was so excited to dive into a new book after last month’s disappointment - Olive Kitteridge – but I feel as though I should just copy and paste last month’s book review. After all my big talk of being ok with not being a Pulitzer Prize winning reader, I still held out hope that I would fall in love with Tinkers, another Pulitzer Prize winner. I have been trying to come up with a synopsis of this book, but I literally cannot. There’s a guy George who is dying, and he is remembering his father who is remembering his father. Then there is a bunch of stuff about clocks, being a traveling salesman, epilepsy and somebody named Old Sabbatis. This was definitely one of those books where I would read a page and not be able to recall a word I read. I have a feeling that if I read Tinkers two or three more times (maybe four?) I would actually like it, but I can’t bring myself to try it. So, if you’re interested in something deep and spending a little time reading and rereading, then Tinkers might be your thing. Let me know if I missed something! In the meantime, I’ll go back to enjoying my Scottish hottie in the Outlander series. Hey, my IQ can’t have plummeted that far, those books are 800 pages long and I follow every bit of it!!