Note To Self
Publish date: September 17th 2013
Publisher: Diversion Books
Pages no: 262
Edition language: English
If I was rating this book on only the last half, it would have gotten 4.5 stars, easy. The beginning was just so slow for me. I really struggled. I had one of those, UGH feelings when I picked up my Nook. I just really wasn't interested. I'm glad that I pushed through, though. The payoff at the end ...
I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The main character was Richard Henley. An ordinary man whose life was turned upside down and he managed to receive help from an unusual source. I liked the beginning when Richard didn't know what was going on. The story was vaguel...
I loved the cover right off. The writing is very clean and easy to follow with just the right amount of detail. It was easy to connect to Richard as he tells his story, giving the reader insight to his thoughts and way of processing information. He felt very real, fleshed out and layered. I enjoyed ...
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