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Posted December 30, 2011
This book was pretty interesting. Initially, the flashbacks to childhood were a bit annoying, but it eventually grew on me. It could have been done a bit better (a la Sarah's Key), but I understood the concept and appreciated the effort.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The story was very interesting. It was full of suspense and intrigue. And, it was good to see the growth of the boys to men with the twists and turns they experienced.
Some of the scenes in the book were completely unnecessary and ruined what could have been a perfect book. In an attempt at adding excitement, Scott Poulson-Bryant went too far to the left and wrote things that were probably more for TV than a novel.
Additionally, the last few chapters of the book seemed rushed because he backed so much into it for climax. Not necessary. He should have continued the pace with which he started to end the book with realism.
Nevertheless, I do wonder what happened to the men after the last page. What are they doing now? How did they respond to all of the news?
Despite some misgivings, I do recommend this book if you're interested in a fun read
Posted July 14, 2011
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