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I fully enjoyed this work. It was not an overly long novel, but it did hold my interest throughout and I was loath to put it down. The main character is a joy to behold and with whom to experience the highs and lows of life.
It took 2x to start this book as it's a little slow setting the atmosphere, but when it gets going it gets good. I would try this writer again.
This reminds me a lot of my journals and songs from about age 15-23. That's in no way saying that Serj is an angsty teen-ager, just that it was probably very satisfying to write it and I'm sure it makes sense to him, but probably not to many others. There's a brilliant comprehensible line here and there, but much of it almost seems like automatic writing with a little bit of word play added. The closest thing I can compare it to is Burroughs. If you enjoy digging through the non-sense to get to the gems of thought, check this out. It makes good bathroom reading. OR if you're into psychedelic drugs it may also make much more sense, until you're down again that is. Long live System of a Down! Keep fighting the "good" fight Serj.
This was a difficult book to get into for me. It was certainly well-written and a very interesting subject. I just found myself skipping whole pages to get "to" the story. It also was made more difficult to read by the use of all the authors of the story and on a subject I am so wary of. It was not one I couldn't wait to get back to, just reading dutifully to the finish.