Good Bones - Margaret Atwood
Good bones is a col­lec­tion of short sto­ries; some very funny, some more serious.

I really enjoyed the first five or six sto­ries, after that it was a bit down­hill for me, nonethe­less they were still good.
The sub­jects vary from a inte­rior mono­logue from Gertrude, Hamlet’s mother — why all went wry -, to a plea for all the wicked step­moth­ers and ugly step­sis­ters out there in the world called fairy­tale — they are highly misunderstood-, to descrip­tions of humans and their planet by other life.

For a quick and fun read; try it!