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This novel is a gripping and moving story that explores human character, as well as one’s ability to criticize yourself if needed. It also examines what drives human actions, thoughts and ideas. McDowell is a horrible person when we first meet him; lies, cheating and deception are all part of the game for him to get to the top. You find yourself asking: ‘Why does he do things this way?’ Whilst he does not experience a miraculous transformation, he does learn powerful lessons and eventually discovers the real purpose of life.‬
rate McDowell 4 out of 4 stars. I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a book that explores human flaws and ideals. As I previously mentioned, fans of literary fiction will particularly enjoy this novel.
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