This was recommended to me by my partner and I went into reading it without knowing a thing about it or even glancing at the blurb on the back cover. Which was a pretty good way to read it; the actual subject matter dawned on me slowly as I turned the pages. And I don’t want to say a thing about it because I don’t want anyone else to know what it’s about before reading it either. But it’s really good. (I think you can read the blurb if you want, at least on the copy I have it doesn’t give everything away like some books do. Mysteries seem particularly susceptible to wanting to tell you the whole plot for some reason. This isn’t a mystery, just a mysterious book. I’m stopping before I say anything else!)
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