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This piece is plagued by the same problem that most essays written by boys of Zebulon's age suffer from: great width and little depth. What little dramatic story there is, is dedicated to the same cast of (increasingly unlikely to encounter, yet somehow still found) two dimensional characters.
The book tries to excuse Zebulon's ludicrously bizarre and nonsensical reasoning by laying a foundation of childhood isolation and abuse. It later ignores the impossibility of circumstances and actions by citing a certain factor that prevents Zebulon's growth. This is an excuse to write poorly.
Fantastically interesting events in world history are reduced to hastily shoehorned plot footnotes, all the while Zebulon doesn't once think of any practical use for his never-tiring, never-hungry or thirsty body. DESPITE the text having mentioned literal comic book heroes decades prior to other events.
I feel robbed of my credit. I got it for free but I could have used it for another book.
possibly the worst book and a horrible reader. don't waste your time on this book. it almost put me to sleep on the road a few times.
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