Zero Stars – DNF
Could. Not. Do. It. DNF.
At last. At last. I tried once, twice, then was jolted from my insistence by a flash of rationality. You don’t have to read it! Therefore, I will write this review, withhold judging via stars, and move on to better reads. Ugh.
I could not get into the author’s writing. I don’t mind present tense, but the constant use of fragments and stream of consciousness style (while not wrong — there is no wrong, only preference) was just too abrupt, repetitive, and annoying.
In addition, much of the grammar and sentence structure is just plain weird and awkward. For a while, I’ve had this ARC from NetGalley for my honest opinion, but I’ve held off writing a review because I kept trying to read it.
No more, I beg, no more.