The narration and stroy were a little hard to follow, but that could be my own fault for starting, stopping and falling asleep to this audiobook so many times. In retrospect, I like some of the provocative ideas that the novel proposed vis-a-vis it's main characters and their actions/outlooks. I have since applied some of the principles and quandries raised in this book to my everyday life and some of the "Fountainheadesque" concepts have lead to interesting dinner conversations. Therefore, I thought it was interesting, but I am not completely subscribing to Dostoevsky yet.
This book is very thoughtful and well researched. It is really quite facinating. I felt like I got to know the Anons, their world(s) and a variety of dangers that I never even knew existed. I thought the characterization of the key "players" in LOLs raids were particularly strong and allowed me to connect with the people behind the screen names. In the end, I even felt sympathy for the characters and the "crimes" they had committed.
I thought this was a really enjoyable listen. I was eager to get back to listening to see where the stroy was going and how the drama was going to unfold.
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