I savored every minute of this book. Because of the rich prose and enchanting narration, I felt invested in Harold's journey, and was willing to follow no matter where it led him. There are no big thrills in this book; it is a character study, and the writing is exquisite. Overall, it is a wonderful way to look at the world, a reminder to be fully present, even in ordinary things. The ending was deeply satisfying, even if it was a bit predictable.
Overly dramatic, cliche after cliche, in-your-face "foreshadowing", inconsistency in the characters. The narrator was great with the male voices, absolutely terrible with the women's voices.
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