Official Review: Two Sheldon Iowa Summers

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Re: Official Review: Two Sheldon Iowa Summers

Post by CatInTheHat » 14 Aug 2018, 11:59

SaffraWhishart wrote:
13 Aug 2018, 22:13
I feel like I was reading a different book...maybe I just didn't get far enough. Your review makes me want to read the book, but what I read was confusing and kinda trippy. The author's writing style seemed better suited to poetry than prose to me. I think I probably will not try to press on, but congrats on writing such a compelling review.
You really do have to get past the first part of the book to get into the "meat" of the story. It's completely different in the second part.
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