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“It was hard to say whether I had simply lost touch with myself over time...My days had been spent in the most monotonous of manners, centering around work, classes, meals, and Barnabas, and in spite of regular employment in service-oriented fields, I ended each day feeling like I had really interacted with no one at all.”

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Paperback, 210 pages
Published June 30th 2010 by Createspace
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Aug 11, 2010 Charlie rated it liked it
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Fitting with my own tastes, this is a character driven story. From the first page the main characters are introduced and distinct personality traits established. Despite emotional ups and downs, the characters remain true to their original architecture and remain strong throughout the entire story. Although other reviewers did not appreciate the use of similes and metaphors, I thought they were well-done for several reasons. First, they were not cliche. Each was an original comparison created by ...more
My very first, First-reads giveaway book and I must say I was impressed. Although it did take me awhile to get used to the author's writing style, the storyline was enough to keep the pages turning until it soon felt comfortable. Like the previous reader's review I too pictured the main character as of an Asian descent and was unable to change that image when I later read that she was a blonde. Nonetheless, I laughed, I cried, but then again I cry at everything and closed the book with satisfact ...more
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Alice Yi-Li Yeh is a student pharmacist by day and an aspiring author the rest of the time. She currently maintains a book review blog at Stimulated Outlet Book Reviews.

Alice's favorite books include The Plague, The Importance of Being Earnest, and Mansfield Park.
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