'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' by Ken Kesey
October 6 - 8, 281 pages
This is a very good book. Excellent, even.
It says a lot. And is confronting and concerning and really begs the question: should we choose security over freedom? This book made me think about things, and I'm still thinking. It's one of those novels that should be read more than once, I think. It has lots of great characters, too. A compelling and startling commentary on institutions.
'He hadn't let what he looked like run his life one way or the other'
A very powerful novel. Read it.