This book evokes all the interest and emotion a great book can elicit, and it would be difficult for someone not to feel personally involved in this story. However, the fact that English is a second language for this writer (and reader of the audiobook) is apparent in the simplicity of the language, awkwardness of some phrases, and redundancy in metaphors. It was also a bit less fun to listen to his accented reading of the book. The story, however, makes up for the above.
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