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From the Corner of His Eye by Dean Koontz
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Nov 28, 10

bookshelves: character-of-color, character-with-a-disability, re-read, fiction-nos
Read in November, 2010

A long, long book about quantum theory and family. I hate that I love this book. I hate that I've read its 750+ pages cover to cover multiple times. The characters are ridiculously oversimplified, the plot is fairly tedious, there are a ton of big holes in the story, and the ending is so, so anti-climactic. But I do love it. And I have read its 750+ pages cover to cover multiple times. Even though the characters are ridiculously oversimplified, I find them fascinating. Even though the plot is fairly tedious, I find it gripping. I forgive all the holes, and look past the anti-climactic ending to the pat epilogue, which I also forgive, because I love the characters so dearly and want them to be happy. Sigh.
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