The combination of heat and malnutrition has made made (temporarily at least) more conscious of eating full meals. ‘Full meals’ applies not just to eaters but to writers because good writers read widely, experience diverse genres and writing to enrich their own. With that in mind, I compiled a list with a range of delicious books.
Tea-time I normally have my tea in the evening but since normal Americans don’t have this and the English have it as their first meal I put it first.
Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Speckled Band
It is short enough for a small snack yet rich enough to satisfy until breakfast. It hasn’t been used to either Benedict’s Sherlock nor Iron Man’s, but there was a scene in TNG’S Elementary, Dear Data. A girl hires Sherlock to investigate the death of her sister, who was about to be married until she appeared to die of fright. Recommended to everyone. EVERYONE.
Lady Trent studies dragons. She observes, sketches them, goes on an expedition to discover more about them. Almost the entirety is outside. It is fascinating yet light. Recommended to anyone with an interest in the outdoorsy, science and dragons.
Get ready for a heavy Chinese lunch. Edie is literally eating herself to death while her family attempts to intervene.This is the most realistic book on this list. Also posted here Recommended to anyone interested in eating disorders
Jonas is selected to be the receiver of past memories to keep pain and color out of the community. Recommended to everyone
If you haven’t yet, even if you saw the movies, the books must be read, as they are ridikulusly superior to the movies.
Do you disagree with any of the assigned meal per book? What other books do you think would work well with a particular meal?