I haven’t finished this book. I normally wouldn’t post anything about a book I haven’t fully read, but a warning needs to be made. The unsuspecting must be informed: do not read this book. It may be free, but it isn’t worth it.
I admit, that all sounds harsh, but I promise that it is also true. I’m sure that in the 30% I read I could see a good story. But the writing style was so hideous, so utterly repugnant and horrendous, that I couldn’t bear to go on. The main character is clearly meant to be somewhere on the autism spectrum, and the writing style feels like a terrible attempt by someone who is not on that spectrum to write as if he or she were. It is painful. And since the flow is very much stream-of-consciousness, the effect is vastly magnified to the point of repulsion. Add to this the fact that none of the characters are well-written (so far as I’ve read), the whole idea of some issues is baffling and the attempted explanations more so, and I see no good reason why you should want to expend the effort of downloading this book. It is not worth that few moments of your life.
I say again, do not read this. It is not worth it.