The only reasons for which I've made it halfway through this book are a very long drive and the fact I paid money for it.
The first 3-1/2 hours contain no plot, nothing to grab you, just a drawn-out, monotonous repetition of two sides of an (immature) post-adolescent crush. At about the 4-hour mark there is a hint that that there might actually be a plot developing. I am compelled to finish it only because I hate to give up on any book, (and because I still have to drive back). I'm writing this review now because regardless of whether the pace picks up, nobody should have to sit through 4 hours of agonizing drivel just to get to where the story (might) actually start to get interesting.
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