Last summer a friend and I were visiting one of our favorite bookshops in New Hampshire. A couple of book geeks hanging out, pointing at titles, "Did you read this? SO good." At the counter there was a shelf of staff picks. CK picked up Bel Canto and asked me if I had read it. When I answered, "no", he put it on the checkout counter exclaiming, "I have to buy it for you."
A little more than a year later, I've finally cracked it open.
"The hostages had begun to believe that they might not be killed. If what a person wants is his life, he tends to be quiet about wanting anything else. Once the life begins to seem secure, one feels the freedom to complain."
Your word (hint, it's in bold) for this week's 100 Words Challenge is: