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It was very original and even though it was slow, I never found it to be too much work.
One of the most beguiling elements of this novel is that Mr. Powers manages to seam effortlessly scientific thought with a passionate and character-driven story.
I starting reading a lot faster as I reached the end of the book, but I don't know if it actually got better as it went along, or if I just wanted it to be over.
I can't believe I made the slog through this book, mainly out of stubborn belief that it had to get better. Cannot believe it's gotten such great reviews and coverage and awards.Published 4 days ago by Katie B
Dreadful. I yearned for the cranes to return because I hoped that would signal the end. They were used as symbols and they certainly became just that. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sandi Kay Wheatley
I chose to read this book for an English project, and it was a disappointment.
It's described as a "psychological thriller" yet it's only psychological. Read more
I found the book repetitive and slow without much moving forward within the pages. To rob from a river analogy in the book, the pages move but the story stays the same. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tanya Willow
a painful look at TBI, accurately representing the difficulties that arise during recovery, with some mystery wrapped in for good measure.Published 3 months ago by Elizabeth DeGrush
Reading the back cover, I found the premise intriguing: a young man emerging from a coma and, as he recovers, believes his sister to be an imposter, his dog and home replicas of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by D.Beyer
Awesome book. Extremely creative and well written. The author highlights the various areas of the human brain and how they are integrated. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Grandpop Dave
I wouldnt give it a five, it's not the easiest book to read I almost gave it up several times. I struggled through because I had to know how it ended. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Robert E. Damm