There are a few books that I read at the tail-end of 2014 that I just have to talk about, albeit briefly.
I finally got around to reading Saga. WHAT THE WHAT? I'd heard rumblings about it in the bookish community but didn't realize how happily I would devour it once I got going. I can't wait to get my hands on the next volume (and the next, and the next).
Can I be honest with you? I read both of these slim volumes at the end of the year because I wanted to hit my reading goal. Imagine my joy when they both exceeded my expectations! A Distant Father (112 pages) and The Room (128 pages) both pack a lot of power into their very few pages. They are very different books but they are both poignant, lovely, and have a main character that you'll root for and feel for in equal measure.
Have you read any of these?