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This review is from: Inversions (Paperback)
I don't understand why Banks wrote this novel in the way he did, or even the point of writing it. Usually, Banks writes books with characters who display depth in plots that are multi-layered and thought-provoking. This book goes nowhere and says nothing. It's a book without a plot and without direction - the kind of stream-of-consciousness writing one associates with a bright but immature adolescent.