Raphael Castro Castro itibaren Paspipra, Bihar, Hindistan
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I have to admit, I'm not sure if I will at some point finish this book. I find the story somewhat interesting (I think) but the flipping the book over every eight pages or so started to get a little tiresome.
A quiet, elegantly written and affecting book. The central character's experience coming to terms with grief and reconnecting with the world through the central relationship is realistically written and very touching. This stayed with me after I finished it.
Fascinating story that is impressive in the way it handles storytelling, POV, and overall structure. The way the story maps to the way the book itself is structured is extremely impressive. While not every POV is equally as interesting, I found most of the characters fascinating to read about and the story itself captivating enough that even the less interesting-to-me characters had neat things happening around them. The world-building is really well-done and I got the sense of a whole universe moving around behind the scenes in each of the sections.
Really enjoying this series, and can't wait for the third one.