I did it!
A month later, and I have finally finished John Steinbeck's "East of Eden."
Of course, it wasn't a continuous month of reading, but, still.
My review of this book is going to be short, because it is hard to say much about it without giving it away. So basically, I will tell you what the back of the book would tell you:
This book is about Adam Trask, and how he and his brother replicate Cain and Abel's falling out. Then Adam goes and marries a psychopath and have twins, who they name after Cain and Abel. Then you read and see if they too replicate the fall, in the next 400 pages.
I really did like this book. But since I read it so broken up and choppy, it's hard to tell sometimes. I would recommend reading it all within a week, so that you can keep up the ideas that Steinbeck wanted to have rolling around in your head as you read.
That's all. Now I am off to choose my next book.