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At first it was really hard to follow since it jumped from person to person. I really like how eventually all of the people and events tied together. I would have really like to know what each person was actully diagnosed with while they were being introduces. Also i would really have like to know what happened to Cricket and if they ever caught her and if it really was her doing those things. the chapters about Blair were my favorite, I wish they would have been longer.
Pros: Interesting story structure...The five characters each go on about their own messed up lives which cleverly end up related in the end. Great use of figure of speech! Very unique and clever similes used throughout.
Cons: It was hard to keep track of all the characters and their own stories. In many instances multiple point of views were introduced which made it increasingly difficult to follow. Some figures of speech, like the comparison of the "comic book speech bubbles" were used for more than one character, making it difficult to distinguish their unique personalities.
Verdict: Initially I had trouble keeping up with Anti-Depressant because of the continuous alternating of the characters. It isn't hard to comprehend and the writing style is quite enjoyable but it does seem like too much is going on at once. Perhaps if the point of views had been only from the five characters (which still is a lot) it would have flowed more seamlessly.
Source: I received an electronic copy of this book for free in exchange for my unbiased review.
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