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I have to say, that at this point, I have not finished this book. I did read the first fourteen chapters, but honestly am a bit disappointed in some of the language expressed openly in this book. Personally, as a Christian, I choose to avoid this kind of language in the books I read, as I feel I am exposed to it enough in circumstances where it cannot be avoided. Hence the reason, that although curiosity is getting the best of me, I have chosen not to finish reading. At some point, enough is enough.
I understand that, at times, to make a point, the author chooses to use certain words for the reader's better understanding of the situation, but I do not feel God wants me to intentionally fill my mind with this kind of vocabulary, and I have a hard time reading it in. I did read the end just to get a general idea of how it turned out, whether the characters possibly had a change of lifestyle, which is what I would have wanted to see happening. Without giving it away, the author has come up with an unexpected twist at the end and has done an awesome job drawing it to a close. If you enjoy a good mystery and do not mind the use of crude language in a book, you will most likely enjoy this book!
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