the reader's voice lends the character the requisite youth, innocence, and sustained self-exploratory tone throughout this emotionally searing piece
the delivery of the first person letter structure of this book is highly unusual, but incredibly well executed. the dramatic reveal at the end is delivered with heartbreaking honesty.
the description of the bad acid trip and its aftermath was amazing
my daughter recommended this book to me as a late century Catcher in the Rye, which is a lofty comparison. there are similarities in that it tells the story of a misunderstood and damaged young man coming to understand how broken he is. i was surprised at how impressed i was with the story and it's narration. it was definitely well worth the listen.
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