I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
I knew I was going to enjoy this as I'm a sucker for books about what makes language expressive, but I thought it would be a quicker read than it is. Turns out, this is a collection of idioms from around the world, each with as much historical context as the author could find. So it's taking me much longer because I'm savouring all the new things I'm learning.
So far, the book has covered idioms from the UK, US, DE, FR, ES, DK, NL and AU. Except for the financial idiom section, which is heavily skewed towards the US, most of the entries so far have been 50/50 English/Non-English.
My favourites will be appearing in future status updates!