i read it. Not bad. The philosophy lessons get tedious, even though they are new and are key to the story. the book could have done well with substitution through dialogue rather than summations of different writers philosophy in every chapter, sometimes multiple times. It disconnects the reader from the story, and makes them have to constantly get back into the story after these philosophy "interludes." Oh yeah, what was just happening? that is what the reader has to do nearly every chapter.
Long messages do not equal aggravation of any sort,
rather they reflect nothing more than a response of insight
that should always be read in a matter-of-fact tone.
"Those womyn that seek equality with men, lack determination."
"I beseech you, in the bowels of Christ, think it possible you may be wrong."
Last edited by PsychoSnowman on 08-16-2003 at 05:07 AM