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The plot is basically a story of healing and personal growth, not only for Timothy but also for Prema. I found the character development to be believable. When the story ended I was sad that it was over.
In some ways, the plot developed precisely as I knew it must. If you're the kind of reader who thrives on plot twists and reversals of fortune, you may find this story disappointing. Conversely, if you love delving deeply into the souls of interesting, thoughtful people, watching them negotiate the twists and turns in their own life journeys, rooting and hoping for them as they figure it out, you will become caught up in the lives of Timothy and Isaac, Prema, David and Linus. Even if they end up going exactly where you expect them to, you will happily take that journey with them. Perhaps you'll even do some thinking about the direction in your own life's story.
The coming of age theme is powerful and grabbed me from page 1 with remarkable characters and original sometimes shocking and frightening predicaments.
Humbling and thought provoking, fun and humorous, kept me awake reading into the night and thoughtful when I wasn't able to read, while cooking etc.
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I found the story and the general theme rather melodramatic.Read more