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The Meq by Steve Cash
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Jan 17, 2012

did not like it
bookshelves: gave-up-on
Read in December, 2011

I have tried VALIANTLY to read this twice now. I think my efforts have been sufficient, especially as I got at least half way through the book this time but now, I’m going to move on with my life. I’ve already lost time that I cannot get back, so I’m going to stop now and minimize my losses.

Zianno loses both his parents in a train wreck on his twelfth birthday, which is a huge loss not only because it’s his parents, but also because they neglected to tell him he isn’t human. Instead, he has to traverse the life of a perpetual 12 year old virtually alone. Eventually, he meets others like him and they band together to search for another of their kind who has turned evil.

This book is long and the font is tiny. If you feel competitive and want to best me, go ahead and read it. Then feel free to tell me what gloriousness I missed by not finishing it in the comments below. Or admit I was right. Either way.
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