Good and excellent,
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The reason this review has a peculiar title ("Good and excellent") is explained as follows.
GOOD: The book does a good, workmanlike job of telling the story set out in the Product Description. To use a cliché coined not so long ago, it "does what it says on the tin".
EXCELLENT: As explained in the Product Description, the mind of the protagonist Edward is reborn into a helpless child of a rival. What I found to be excellent was the author's narrative of how the melded personalities of Edward and the child affect the process of development from newborn to adult. This narrative is eerily credible and gripping. Ever said to yourself a much older cliché: "If I only knew then what I know now"? Well, the author has convincingly set out what might happen if this wish were satisfied for the whole journey from babyhood on. And does development on this basis have its good and bad points? The author's writing creates a lot of mind fodder for the reader to form his own answer to this question. Read it and see.