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WTF: An untypical love story Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The only reason I’m giving it a 4* is pertaining more to the formatting and repeat expressions used within the book, such as “puffed cheeks” and the occasional review of events that had passed, in a way that slows down the storyline rather than add anything to it. These are not reasons to not read it, rather semantics, but enough so that it affected my review.
That being said, “WTF” is a worthy read, and I strongly encourage readers with an open mind to have a go at it. I repeat: with an open mind. Don’t bother reading this book if you’re expecting flowers and chocolates, it’s not that at all. The story itself touches on hard subjects, such as rape, assassinations on demand, political unjustness, and, yes, it attacks religion. It only made me enjoy it more for everything it attacks and makes you question. There is a blunt originality to the way the author portrays everything, something that grips you and makes you keep reading.
I had a love-hate relationship with the main character’s best friend. Love because of his views (or non-views) on religion, that so echo my own. Hate because of his views on relationships (which so differ from my own). These kind of contrasts happen throughout the storyline, and I found them engaging, always keeping me on my toes.
The novel encompasses struggles the main character has in his career, in his personal life, with finding or not finding faith, with conforming to what is expected, with the military itself… The author did a splendid job tying it all in together with a believable context, and again, it was an enjoyable mind-twister. I, for one, am looking forward to any following novels.