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hsimone wrote:I actually read the third part of this book a while ago, and I'm excited to be able to read the whole book this month. With that being said, when reading the opening, I am also intrigued. Like others have said, it's a little confusing, especially with the year jumping around about three times. However, reading it reminded me of how much I loved the third part of this novel, so I'm excited to continue!
Thanks for this! I've been struggling to keep reading this, I can't seem to get into it and follow the seemingly random events. It's good to know that there's some hope
However, the latter of the book I enjoyed
-- 28 May 2016, 12:02 --
I started reading this book because I thought it sounded like an interesting idea for a story. When I finished the first section of this book I was very interested in continuing on to see how it all evolves. but now I am trying to read the second section and the only thing that is keeping me going is something I read in a post on this book.
The post said,"I think it (the story) is more along the lines of an alternate reality. The philosophical theory that underlies the whole story takes what we know across history and applies an entirely new theory or explanation of how things happened. The intricacy of the theory and how it was demonstrated throughout history was amazing. Even the theory itself could try to hold ground as an actual scientific theory. I was truly impressed with the amount of planning and thought that had to go into this novel."
I am going to keep reading, but I am very confused right now as to how the second section fits into this story. I'm hoping the post I found will help me understand.
Mares Nest wrote:I read the synopsis and blurbs for Save The Last Bullet For God (that is a very impressive and interesting title) and I wasn't that impressed. But ah, I'll read it anyways.
The book kind of goes off in a weird direction so you might be in luck.