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The Mercy of Thin Air by Ronlyn Domingue
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Dominque's prose was delicious...and I actually found it easy to embrace her theory of what happens post-death. My complaints were that it was really hard to follow the constant switching back and forth between time periods...and keep all the characters' names straight. I actually missed an "a ha!" moment because I was thinking it was about something else. I'm usually pretty savvy with stuff like that too. Also, for some odd reason, I didn't look forward to reading the book every night, so it took a bit longer than usual to get through it. While I was reading it, I was intrigued, but when I wasn't, I wasn't attached.

I think the ending was disappointing too...I didn't feel much closure with the Andrew storyline, so am even wondering if I missed something again. And the back of the book led me to believe the ending was going to wow me. no such wowing occurred. Oh well....

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