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A Suburbian Tale,
This review is from: Stash (Paperback)
This book was quick to hook me. Klein's writing style is very to the point and well edited. He removed anything that was meaningless and left you with everything you needed to be fully immersed in the character's lives. The story centers around the choices that we make in our daily lives and shows us just how many different choices there are. Some characters choose wisely, while others do foolish things, some learn from their mistakes and others do not.
The story causes you to remember to never assume that you are the only one out there with options to go one way or the other, life is not all about you but those that you care about as well. The life we choose effects those around us and it is shown clearly in this book time and time again. Each character that is focused on is so realistic that they could be a neighbor, your friend, your co-worker. Each situation is different, yet they are all pulled together by common threads. Often I find books that follow multiple characters a bit tedious or confusing, but I didn't once feel that when reading this book. Everyone was clearly defined as their own individual with their own story to weave into the plot.