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The Grapes of Wrath
John Steinbeck
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Rachel Joyce
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The Book of Tomorrow - Cecelia Ahern How to rate this book...hmmm.
In terms of how interested it kept me: 5 stars
In terms of messages and values it relays: 2+ stars
In terms of its prose: 2.5-3 stars

I enjoyed reading this book and I didn't find it to be at all slow. I definitely liked the intrigue vibe and the creepiness factor. It did keep me wanting more. It was quick read and the revelation at the end is quite good, though I wish... I don't know, it seemed all crammed in there. There was a lot of build up and not much dealing with the fallout from it.

The narrator/main character is, as other reviewers have said, hard to really care about, especially in the beginning. Even as time goes on, she just seems to be a difficult person who knows what's in her best interest and yet doesn't always do that. She's not really a "thinker."