This is one of those books that I've been meaning to read for years but just haven't gotten around to picking up. I started reading it God knows how long ago, but only got a couple of chapters in and gave up. This isn't because the book was bad - because it really isn't - but my ADD can mean that I really struggle to get into a book, film or TV show if I'm not feeling it and then I don't want to try again as the memory of trying to read/watch it before can trigger the same issues. It's this that has resulted in me not finishing reading Horns even though I first started it a year ago.
However, after seeing the film when it came out in the cinema and having so many people tell me that I have to read it, I decided to finally give it a go after buying it last year. I am so glad I did because it has now become one of my favourite books and i intend to lend it to everyone who hasn't read it - so long as they don't fold the corners of the pages.