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Admittedly, I took forever to read this book (I started during the summer of 2018, not April of 2019). I kept getting hung up on details and wanted to put it down in case the scenarios didn’t play out in the ways I expected.

As “part two” approached, I was most definitely thinking “How the fuck has no one noted the dates involved?!” I was really interested in how they were going to work around it. The twist it took was not at all what I would have guessed.

I’m not sure saying I was happy with how it ended, but not in an “It should have gone this way” kind of way.

All in all, the book was interesting and well written. There’s another book that has just come out that looks similar, which I am hoping to read next week just to see which one was better.