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And while I do like some aspects of the ending, this is a bit too open-ended for my tastes.
Regardless of my disappointment with the book's ending, I still loved the story and the characters overall, and I would definitely recommend giving this one a read.
I expected to turn the next page and find out what really happened, but the next page was blank, and that was the end; I had no idea of what was going on.
As with other stories that employ a multi-thread narrative, I felt “The Steady Running of the Hour” suffered from one significant flaw. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Z Hayes
3.5 stars, really.
I really enjoyed reading this one. Part travel diary, part quest for knowledge, part bildungsroman…I was surprised by how good it was. Read more
This is the story of Ashley and Imogen, upper class English people who meet just a few days before Ashley is to go off to France as a soldier in WWI. Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. McEwan
I love the story, the historical background, the way Go leads me beside the characters and I am there in their midst. Could not wait to pick up and read the next day.Published 1 month ago by Michael Ray Fisher
The Steady Running of the Hour follows an American college student, Tristan, searching for clues that might lead him to a huge inheritance. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cate Bruckman
What is with the trend this year for Novels to have such long titles? Here we have the first book by a new author, Justin Go. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bobby D.
The pace was very slow. There was just too much war and climbing detail for me.Published 1 month ago by Patty F.
An intriguing book, part historic chronicle, part romance, part thriller, with Sebald type of digressions and very interesting, detailed analysis of life in the trenches and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Patrice J. M. Brendle