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Questions in the Silence by Karen S. Glick
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Jan 25, 12

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Read from December 09, 2011 to January 16, 2012

My Opinion:
I had my ups and downs with this one. I liked the book in some ways, don’t get me wrong, but it just lacked luster for me. It dedicated a lot of its writing to the ins and outs of growing up in Ari’s world. On this point, I did find the story rather enlightening since I am not familiar with many of the Jewish religious ways. I was so glad that I wasn’t lost for most of the book because the author did explain most of these traditions. I felt that the issue with the missing patient should have been addressed earlier in the story, instead of feeling as if that was a side note in a book that read like a biography rather than a paranormal type book. I did enjoy Ari’s different jobs and all that led to her getting her Master’s degree. I did like the book, I just didn’t like how I felt it was somewhat drawn out with Ari’s life and less about the paranormal type story material I expected to read about, but that’s just my take. It was an interesting read though for me, as it is not something I would normally pick up.
I give Questions in the Silence by Karen Glick 3.5 of 5 stars.

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