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After reading through half the book for my English GCSE's, I decided to finish it off just listening to its audiobook, I give this book a five out of five.
This book starts off great, forcing you to read on; making you constantly ask why. Francis' motivation becomes clear quite early on in the story, but the way Cormier makes you hate the antagonists, then makes you doubt that he's really a bad guy; does he really deserve what's coming? At the end of the story as Francis makes his way to LeSalle's flat, up the stairs and into his room... That's when you get the burning tenseness in your stomach; when you really want him to succeed, but's scared something will go awry... That is something I have never felt from a book.
I think This book is great (like you haven't picked that up already), I'd recommend it to everyone who - can - read, as this is such an amazing book: short enough to read, and engaging enough to love.
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The narrator is somewhat bland, however one can distinctly tell characters apart. The story has suspense and surprise, easily making you empathetic for the characters.