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The Book of Neil

The Book of Neil - Frank Turner Hollon Though The Book of Neil suffers from a lack of depth in characterization, the plot moves along at a brisk pace, and it reads more like a screenplay than as a narrative work. While entertaining, Hollon’s novella has room for only the broadest strokes, and it ultimately failed to thoroughly engage or move me. It raises questions that it can’t hope to answer as it builds to its startling, and rather unsatisfying, conclusion.

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