This adolescent journal of a young man's rather hallucinational state of mind is not at all what I expected from the description of this novel. I suppose there's some insight into the secret society of freemasonry and its influence, but the author has chosen to follow the main character's emotional state rather than developing a strong story line. The story is, in fact, virtually non-existant and you reach the end wondering what message the author wished to convey. The narrator speaks so dully that he sounds bored, too.
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