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The story in itself is great, but the writing technique that Egan uses made it even more interesting.
Each of its thirteen chapters is told from the perspective of a different character, yet each of them connects in some way to other characters in the overall story.
I thought the power point chapter was too clever for its own good and by the end of this book I was flipping through the pages just to finish it.
Didn't understand half of the story. Read the whole thing hoping it would get better. One of the worst books I have ever read. Don't waste your time.Published 5 days ago by karen
Loved this book. Each chapter is for a different character and is cleverly pieced together.Published 7 days ago by Fleur Keat
After meeting Sasha in the first chapter, followed by Bennie in the second, I was dismissing Egan's characterizations as thin and uninteresting. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Michael Moisio
I lost interest half way through....I just wish I could have liked or related to ANY of the characters.Published 18 days ago by Ammon
Entertaining for sure. Hard to keep track of how the chapters relate if you take a longer time to get thru it, but that doesn't really matter. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Samantha
When I was choosing a book to read, I was looking for one that would interest me so that I wouldn’t end up picking a book I would dread reading every day. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Cindy Leader
Jennifer Egan spends the entire book describing characters, yet despite her attempts to create in-depth characters, I had a hard time imagining any of these people. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Madelaine Levey