When I finish a book I'm like 'okay.'
If my emotional response to a novel was pinned to a diagram of a fried egg, where the centre of the yolk invokes the most emotional response and the periphery of the albumen invokes the least emotional response, it'd be stuck halfway between the periphery of the albumen and the periphery of the yolk.
A good film can be really yolky. Am I doing it wrong? Or are books always like that? I didn't read at all during high school. Got given a Kindle as a birthday present last year so I've been reading all the classics. Maybe I just need to learn how to read again.