This book sounded interesting on the flap, it started out really slow, the middle was good and the ending was a bit confusing....
This was just a random book I picked up and almost put down after the first few chapters, but it did get better. It was full of intresting and complicated concepts to a breaking point, and that is basically what happened.
Everything comes raining down in mass confusion at the end of the book. So many concepts and ideas are going around by the end that, while some of the problems come to thought-provoking conculsions, others leave you wanting to scream at the author for leaving you so lost. If you look very hard at the overlapping storylines of the last few chapters, some conculsions can be drawn. But not quite enough for me to be pleased with the book. If you are really into psycologically intense books I suggest you take a crack at it especially since there are some aspects of true psycology study within the book, but if not, you should probably stay away.
Disappointing, I expected much more. It felt like the author just fizzled out. I would not recommend this book to anyone, other than as an example of how not to write a book, or how to make a plot so confusing that your readers just give up on understanding it.
I did however complete this, so it wasn't the worst book ever. But it came pretty close.
This book is trash! I only gave it 2 stars instead of 1 because it wasn't so bad that i stopped reading. The ending was unresolved of the main conflict and plot, I found myself just getting through this book. It was like watching a bad movie.
this book made me emotional. lol , i loved it.
When I read the front flap of the book, i was excited to be reading such an interesting book. Unfortunately I was disappointed. The book was confusing, the plot uninteresting, and frankly this is one of the worst books I have read this year.
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