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Deus Ex Machina by Maria Aragon
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Dec 23, 2015

it was ok
bookshelves: fiction-funny, fiction-fantasy, fiction
Read in June, 2009

This book starts off odd. There are a lot of characters and they all are introduced in a just a few pages. You are left a little confused on who is who, why people are there, what the plot actually is... It all explains itself eventually, but if you haven't read the blurb on the back of the book you will probably be lost for a little while. The book is kind of funny, but the descriptions are repetative and the plotting is not real consistent. The issue with the humor is that you laugh for many of the same reasons you would laugh at America's Funniest Home Videos. Pain and suffering can be funny. Overall the book was alright, it had more potential, but needs a good once over by a strong editor.

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