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Luckily, the story moved fast and the spare prose was admirably consistent and readable The bizarre second person became comfortable, the self help paragraphs still kitschy but less jarring I just couldn t escape the feeling that it was going nowhere If nothing else, I told myself, I had one book against the reading challenge The tears caugh As soon as I started this book, I knew I was going to hate it The second person was constantly grating, the self help introductions to each chapter flippant and vaguely insulting What shoddy gimmicks Not to mention, I d seen this story before Kid grows up in a poor village, pulls himself out of the gutter, falls in love, ends up with all the trophies That s a staple storyline I d read ten times since last Tuesday But, alas I was trapped on an airplane, the book was short, and I couldn t seem to sleep.
Luckily, the story moved fast and the spare prose was admirably consistent and readable The bizarre second person became comfortable, the self help paragraphs still kitschy but less jarring I just couldn t escape the feeling that it was going nowhere If nothing else, I told myself, I had one book against the reading challenge As soon as I started this book, I knew I was going to hate it The second person was constantly grating, the self help introductions to each chapter flippant and vaguely insulting What shoddy gimmicks Not to mention, I d seen this story before Kid grows up in a poor village, pulls himself out of the gutter, falls in love, ends up with all the trophies That s a staple storyline I d read ten times since last Tuesday But, alas I was trapped on an airplane, the book was short, and I couldn t seem to sleep.
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Luckily, the story moved fast and the spare prose was admirably consistent and readable The bizarre second person became comfortable, the self help paragraphs still kitschy but less jarring I just couldn t escape the feeling that it was going nowhere If nothing else, I told myself, I had one book against the reading challenge The tear



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Luckily, the story moved fast and the spare prose was admirably consistent and readable The bizarre second person became comfortable, the self help paragraphs still kitschy but less jarring I just couldn t escape the feeling that it was going nowhere If nothing else, I told myself, I had one book against the reading challenge The tears caught me

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