Reading progress update: I've read 272 out of 496 pages.

The Princess Bride: An Illustrated Edition of S. Morgenstern's Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure - William Goldman, Michael Manomivibul

I will tell you what, I do not like William Goldman, the author (who is pretending not to be...) The parts where he talks about his "fat" son and his "cold" wife...etc. It is gross. Why is it needed in this book? Is that how you truly treated your family? Please tell me that part is fiction, too. I grew up with my stepdad always mocking my weight... you can imagine how that messes with your head, even as an adult.