Nothing like what I expected. A very, very long and convoluted story with explicit sexual acts between a wealth of (idiotic) people throughout. I made myself finish it because I paid for it and this writer is supposed to be so talented. Leans too heavily on the tragedy of 9/11 and sex, which is an awful way to make money. Anti-climatic ending, though that's probably the only thing that doesn't climax. Save your money. Maybe some of his earlier stuff is better. I gave it 1 star because I like George Guidall, though why he did this I couldn't say.
This story is more about someone else than Anna P. The narrator is just not B. Rosenblat -- and I couldn't get over that. It wasn't like the other, wonderful, national park based books in the series. A great disappointment to a real fan of this N. Barr character.
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