Do you have your copy of My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry, yet? If you don't, go forth and find one. It will be the best decision you make this summer, if not this whole year. One more little taste of the wonderfulness that is this book:
The Monster looks at her as if she just asked him to get naked, roll in saliva and then run through a postage stamp factory with the lights off.
--Fredrik Backman in My Grandmother Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry
If you missed any of my other mentions of this book, here is the first Quote of the Week, the second, and my review. And here's my Shelf Awareness review from last year of Backman's debut, A Man Called Ove. I can not recommend these books highly enough. I sincerely love them.