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While my first love was SF, I read widely in YA, urban fantasy, police procedurals, middle-grade, and non-fiction.
In Change Comes to Dinner, Katherine Gustafson presents a number of vignettes along the lines of I went to PLACE and visited with PERSON who is working on this interesting PROJECT related to local foodways. The parts I read felt almost like a collection of newspaper columns rather than a coherent book.
Change Comes to Dinner followed me home along with the large batch of gardening books I picked up at the beginning of this season. When I did pick up Change Comes to Dinner, the individual chapters were interesting, but I wasn't compelled to return to the story and kept finding other things to read instead. So it would be more accurate to say I read IN this book rather than I read this book before having to return it to the library.
I think there is a difference between a book that you have read in and may not of finished, compared to a book that you DNF. What do you think?