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"A friend finds it pretentious that I'm rating it a 5 and I'm not even done yet. Well, I'm rating it as I'm reading it. So far I'm blown away. Sure, the "stream of consciousness" can sometimes be very difficult (not to understand but read) but so far there were a lot of scenes in the book that I love so dearly. I have a feeling that this will turn out to be my new all time favorite." Mar 24, 2013 04:17AM

 

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