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Intentional Dissonance Paperback – December 1, 2012
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The main character, Jon, narrates the complex story in third person. He is a likeable character who responds to the complicated and risky obstacles he encounters in an understandable way. The reader can't help but empathize with Jon's unfortunate circumstance, and have their mind-boggling at the conclusion of his story. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to read something that will have them wondering about the plot for days.
A couple of issues though:
Some typos and missing words I thought. Really bothers me because it makes it seem like this book was rushed and unpolished.
All the characters kind of sound the same or use the same language which make them implausible. I found One Eye particularly implausible (especially his wood carving monologue). Unless there's a good reason they all sounds the same...
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