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This book is great for those who like works of fiction which most likely will have one reading again just to allow the story to sink and for some reflection. I recommend it to them. The nature of the story will leave the reader questioning the morally acceptable choices we ought to make during critical life and death moments of people who fall under our care. To some extent, such moments in the book may not be for the faint of heart. The role and effect of media on society is also explored in the book. Other themes of interest may stand out to the reader as they read through the book.
I rate the book with 4 out of 4 stars. There were hardly any grammatical or spelling errors except for deliberate alteration to mimic the manner of speech of various characters. There aren’t many offensive moments in the book, so any grown person can read it without a problem. It may not be good for a young audience though. Like I hinted in the previous paragraphs, this book won’t be one to forget for a long time.
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