TBR 22 in ’22 – #11 (June 10, 22)
I have reached the halfway point of books read for the TBR 22 in ’22 Challenge. This is the 11th red from my chosen list of 22. The other 11 will have to wait until after we’ve moved, as they are now sitting in packing boxes waiting to be picked up on June 21. With it being only halfway through the year, I should have no problem getting the other half read before the end of the year.
Book #11 was A Life in Parts by Bryan Cranston. It was an interesting autobiography by one of my favourite actors of today. His most famous character is, of course, Walter White from Breaking Bad. I was late getting into Breaking Bad. At the time when it was originally broadcast we were going through a time when we chose not to have access to any TV channels. When it came out on NetFlix I started watching it and I was hooked! Since then I have watched it through a couple of times. The writing is excellent, the stories are well constructed, and the acting is superb.
This book is a decent read and gives a picture of the person that Cranston is, which is basically the complete opposite of Walter White. What I also got from this was how seriously he takes his craft and how he had to get to where he is today.
I gave it 5/5 on Goodreads.