... if only it had been a proper, full-length novel. This is actually a short story, and therein lies its one fault: Everything is crammed together, and I got overwhelmed with the continuous flash-like flow of information. Before I had time to absorb what had happened, the twist in the story would throw me in a new pit where I would have to adjust my brain cells and restart absorbing... (I don't know whether this is how YA novels are, but I would consider myself a well-trained reader with enough potential of absorption of difficult and sometimes heavy novels, so I don't think this would be a problem for me). It's a shame really, because I find the content very good and I believe it should be used to entice a younger audience into the world of literature.
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