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sensational - if you like this kind of book
on 27 November 2012
a fan of Albert Camus' The Stranger? a fan of Sylvia Plath's the Bell Jar?
well, this is a modern author's take on the genre of initrospectivity, the wrapped up world of one's own thoughts and the question of whether we're actually ok ("sane").
it offers an outlook on life where the questions of existence conjure up even more questions - why dont we see life like others? are we in slow motion? is there such a thing as 'excitement', 'normality' etc?
honestly, this book is worth a read if you're interested in how people's minds work. its not about happy endings or startling conclusions, but a person's journey and struggle through every day life. it's not page turning in the sense that there are cliff hangers, but it is quite a compelling read.