I did not find this book completely undesirable. It was a page turner and had topics to think about and learn from. In the beginning I was enjoying the story and had an emotional connection with the characters. Then it happened. The stories believability started getting to me and the quality of writing wasn't wowing me. I found myself looking for the next far fetched scenario instead of having any kind of emotional connection with the story or its characters. I'd like to add that I agreed with the message the author was sending on the power of our words. This is an important topic that should be discussed and pondered. But if you are like me, and just like to be captivated by a good storyteller when you pick up a novel, this may not be the book for you.
If you are part of a book club, this is a great choice. I read this with mine and it made for a very interesting discussion.
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There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away, Nor any Coursers like a Page Of prancing Poetry. ~ Emily Dickinson ~
These are not books, lumps of lifeless paper, but minds alive on the shelves. From each of them goes out its own voice... and just as the touch of a button on our set will fill the room with music, so by taking down one of these volumes and opening it, one can call into range the voice of a man far distant in time and space, and hear him speaking to us, mind to mind, heart to heart. -Gilbert Highet