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Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2016
I just finished reading Coma Girl 2 and I'm dying to read the next month. When a series is this compelling impatient readers like myself are going to have an agonizingly difficult time waiting for the next part/month! LOL And the jaw dropping cliffhanger on which August ended on intensifies my eagerness for the next part. Initially, when I considering whether to read the serial I had my doubts about whether I'd like a serial in which the main character was in a coma. I thought that it would be too depressing. Moreover, generally I dislike the usual price gauging technique that usually accompanis a serialized format. In actuality, so far the series has taken me through a multiplicity of emotions. I've laughed, I've wept, and I've felt empathy, anger, outrage, comfort, sympathy, anxiety, delight, enlightenment. It's like an indepth study of human beings when they are unaware that anyone is watching or listening. Marigold's mom, dad and sister are despicable in many ways and yet sadly they are all too familiar. Coma Girl is a compelling read with an ingenious plot, good writing, real characters and a emotionally jarring storyline. Nevertheless, I am glad that it is only a 6 part monthly series because otherwise given my disposition I know that I would soon tire of the format and stop reading it no matter how interesting the storyline. I look orward to discovering Marigold's ultimate Fate December 1, 2015. I pre-order each part.
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