I loved this book so much. I love Bernadette (and Bee) so much it's ridiculous. There are characters and scenes in this that will stay with me forever. I love a modern take on an epistolary novel, it must be said.
I only found out after I had read the book, that the author was also a writer on Arrested Development. Suddenly, in retrospect, this made perfect sense. They are very different things, but they have something intangible in common - something I really liked.
I came to Arrested Development really, really late. Especially shocking as I have a bit of a crush (predictably) on Michael Cera. A girlfriend lent me the lot on DVD and I watched them practically in one go.
I can obviously see why it became such a huge cult hit (if this isn't a contradiction in terms) - well, um, it's hilarious, clever and weirdly touching. Where'd You Go, Bernadette? is kind of the same.