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This book brings up so many mixed emotions in me. She has created a blind character refreshingly unique (an in-your-face, emotionally distant car mechanic) with some awful tropes of touching faces and downplaying her blindness. I'm trying to decide if I identified with her or wanted her to get on with the acceptance process already.
This book starts out promising and then degenerates. The last 1/4 of it, we already know who done it and why, but the police are still interviewing people.
It's not the best blind protagonist I've read, but generally (if you discount the face-feeling) a pretty good one for ingenuity, resourcefulness and complicated feelings.
As a mystery, it just dragged on...