(Apologies for the off-topic post, but thought this might be my best option for getting the attention of my fellow Turner vs. Chevron jurors.)
I finally finished reading Infinite Jest. Took far longer than I expected, mainly because it takes some getting into and I also read Timely Persuasion at least 5 times as part of the editing process at the same time. Final verdict: Glad I read it, but wish it hadn’t left everything hanging at the end of 980+ pages and countless footnotes.
I’m currently working on a new novel about jury duty. Though not about our case per se, it is definitely inspired by 6 weeks worth of waiting together in a hallway before, during, and after the action of each day.