Every Tuesday, I'll be posting the opening paragraph (sometimes maybe a few) of a book I decided to read based on the opening paragraph (s). Feel free to grab the banner and play along. This week's selection is a book I've wanted to read for several months. My DIL liked it a lot.
The Underside of Joy; Sere Prince Halverson
" I recently read a study that claimed happy people aren't made. They're born. Happiness, the report pointed out, is all about genetics --a cheerful gene passed merrily, merrily down from one smiling generation to the next. I know enough about life to understand the old adage that one person can't make you happy, or that money can't buy you happiness. But I'm not buying this theory that your bliss can only be as deep as your gene pool."
Would you read this one?
(I love it and think the intro seems at least partially true)