Although Little Book of Days by Nona Caspers had its moments of effective descriptive language, I found the format very difficult to get past. It made the overall book feel very stilted and hard to read. It was definitely creative and I would give it overall points for uniqueness when it come to style, but I am a reader who appreciates beautifully descriptive language, and personally, I do not feel as though it reached its full potential in that sense. Don’t get me wrong, I do feel as though the book held strength in its power of observation when dealing with the ordinary pieces of life, focusing on mundane things such as cars, squirrels, neighbors, and the familiar concepts of desire and death. For example, Caspers spends a great deal of time focusing on Pigeons, animals that are not really loved by anyone. Overall, I would give the book props for going outside the box when it came to style, but it definitely didn’t wow me.