So Much for ThatBook - 2010
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Chapel_Hill_KenMc Dec 20, 2014
Extremely disappointing novel by a competent writer who seems to have forgotten how to make a novel work. Shriver takes on the important topic of health care and sickness in the U.S. today, but delivers a book with leaden exposition, alternating with monologues set up too obviously to deliver he... Read More »
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"You know, these movies ..." He was groping. "Remember how sometimes, in the middle, a movie seems to drag? I get restless, and take a leak, or go for popcorn. But sometimes, the last part, it heats up, and then right before the credits one of us starts to cry - well, then you forget about the crummy middle, don't you? You don't care about the fact that it started slow, or had some plot twist along the way that didn't scan. Because it moved you, because it finally pulled together, you think, when you walk out, that it was a good movie, and you're glad you went, See, Gnu?" he promised. "We can still end well."
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