Too Weird for Me

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First off, I was drawn to this book because of the fantastic cover. The simplistic, lavender-colored design was a magnet for me, and I wanted to know the plot behind that front art. Which, by itself, the plot sounded fascinating and I wanted to give it a try, but I was let down. I was able to tell what was happening in the story for a part of the time, but most of the time I was confused as to what the point of a scene was. The dialogue was bizarre sometimes and it didn't feel like real people talking, and instead sounded like robots. Also, in addition to this, there were slashes (/ - like this) throughout the novel. I know there was a point the author was making with them, but I just can't find it. They threw off my reading all the time, and I would just put the book down because they were frustrating me. Overall, this novel was not one for me as I hoped. But to people who like experimental books, this one is for them.