Run by Blake Crouch
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This was some story. I was expecting a different sort of story I suppose but I wasn't completely disappointed. I was disappointed with some parts of the story.
First of all, the beginning is a bit misleading. At least in my opinion. Secondly, the story begins rapidly and that can be a good thing. I liked how frantic the characters were.
The hard parts of this story were in how much the story jumped time frames. Sometimes we only get to read small snippets of information before we're thrust into a completely different time frame. Sometimes the paragraphs threw me off.
I was disappointed in the ending. I wanted more. A better explanation. Something more clear cut and dry.
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