So I have (finally!) finished this book after all of those months. I confess, I have not been reading this book lately(reading others.) Now to the book, so I've been perplexed a couple of times but then catch up and understood better. This is a really good book but then it feels as if I'm reading a piece of... at times. It gets me bored and I don't read it at times. But I guess you can say this book is okay rather than astonishing and miraculous because to me it's not.
What does the text, dialogue, and the way the story is described remind me of?
OK...First it reminds me of a lot of things, such as; (Don't judge...)bloody dogs, myself, creatures, midnight, the moon, very personal situations in many families. Most likely dark things. Of course, just by seeing or looking at the title makes you think of uncertain things. So pretty much everything I said is what I'm reminded of. Not to mention this book has a lot of typo in it, i don't mean to offend the editor but it is true. The truth hurts...I know. And how the story is described reminds me of...I have no idea but it will soon.
(F5)What would happen if i was in her/his shoes?
If i was in HIS shoes, Mostly everything would change...except the behavior and the attitude he has. The whole concept, and the way he thinks would change. But from what he is going through, i would not disagree with he's actions. I myself would have done the same things as him. So in other words me and him are to be almost the same person in many ways. But if i were to talk to him in person or through readernaut or whatever i would have an idea of what he's answers would be to my questions, because me and him almost think the same way.