It doesn't seem like you get any actual information or proof, much less predictions about the future. It still seems a bit scifi, and surprising that if this is actually going on, that the government allows him to talk about it. I was really looking forward to this one, and disappointed that there wasn't much resolve.
I would not recommend this book to a friend because it is nearly a complete waste of time and a credit.
I don't like when characters are referred to by their first and then their last names constantly throughout the book, it's hard to follow if there are 2 different characters or just one. It may have been different in the print edition, but it was very confusing who was narrating each chapter, as the voice and tone was not dissimilar enough. The book literally didn't even get good until the second half, and at that it was just good.
It was not thrilling, it was not enjoyable, you do not become attached to the characters, just overall not a compelling story.
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