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In this journal Adam tells of how he met Sarah, whom he also calls Annabelle since in the beginning he only knew her as the girl that came in the coffee shop he worked at. Adam also talks about other people he encounters during his daily routines. Lucky moves in next door and becomes his friend and helps him through many of his rough times.
When I finished reading this book, all I could think was WOW. The story was a little slow going for the first half, but as soon as the story line picked up, I could put the book down until I was finished. I am blown away. This story really has me thinking. You never know who you will encounter or what they are thinking. This journal gives you an insight on how people think and perceive things. What is going on in another person’s mind and what are they thinking in response to certain situations. I want to read more.
I gave this book 3 our of 4 stars because it was slow to catch my attention. I almost considered not finishing it, but I am so glad I did. Page 40 really caught my attention. I could see the story headed for the climax. I think anyone interested in fictional crime would thoroughly enjoy this book.
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