Book review written by Alex E Kheyson
Overall, I thought that this was a very interesting book, filled with a great deal of action, surprises, twists and turns. For me, it was difficult to get emerged and fully grasp the plot of at the beginning of the book's first few chapters. I did not immediately saw where the story was going and who were the key characters. However, as I kept on reading, things began to fall in place and start to make sense.
I was able to understand what had happened and was intrigued by what would happen in the second half of the book. Once I got to this point, it was very difficult to stop reading/listening to a book, as I could not wait to find out what would happen next. Also, I found the main idea/topic of the book centered around the price of time that we pay based on various decisions and actions that we take as human beings, and how each action and decision that we make may lead to specific, often unexpected, outcome.
I would definitely recommend this book if you enjoy fiction, as it will certainly keep you engaged and hungry for more until the very last chapter, and there are 75 of them. But don't be scared by such a high number of chapters, as they are all pretty short, which allows one to read 1-2 chapters at a time, without having to pause your reading/listening mid-chapter. Then, one may resume while the story is still fresh on your mind.
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