I tend to love unlikable characters and Alan is the one I can somehow relate. Wanting some peace in a piece of heaven - a beautiful beach where no one can disturb you - is a very tempting prospect. But wishes are a tricky business. You need to spell it out and even then they can go grievously wrong.
The book is very vivid and the author beautiful projects the details to make us not only see but also feel what Alan was feeling. The fact that a female author accurately presented a male's point of view is commendable. The end is definitely creepy and gave me goosebumps but what I loved the most was once the story was finished the Jaye Frances discusses the references and the meaning of the story. It's a mesmerizing wackadoodle story.
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