September 14, 2015
August 28, 2015
Personally, I love this book. The suspense is spellbinding, but it is the magnificently synthesized psychological dysfunction of the cast that is oddly addictive. I am not too embarrassed to admit that over the summer I listened to the complete audio version three times. And, for those of you still wondering; it is more thrilling than Gone Girl.
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More than a year ago, a microscopic virus stored in my mother’s body escaped whatever it was that had kept it encapsulated. Adding to the magnitude of the moment, the doctor explained that the virus’ escape was more unlikely than winning the lottery.