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  • I really did not want this book to end.

    Yu-Jin has a doting mother and a brother who loves him. Other than a few health issues he believes he has led a relatively normal life, until one morning when he wakes up covered in blood and finds a dead body downstairs, his mother’s. Determined to find out who did this, how and why, Yu-Jin begins an investigation of his own which leads to some very unexpected results. The good son is a book that will keep you hooked throughout with many twists and turns along the way. You go through a wave of emotions and your feelings for the characters change with every chapter. Throughout the story the character development increases giving you a clear and very believable idea of what they are like; you’ll feel pity, sadness, anger and disbelief at what they are/can be capable of. I very much enjoyed the story, the way in which it was written made it clear and simple to understand. I liked the different emotions I felt whilst reading and the twists kept the story interesting. I also found the ending, although quite sad, surprisingly satisfying. I really did not want this book to end.

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  • A great and original read

    Yu-Jin, a young man with epilepsy who, one morning, wakes to a metallic smell, and finds blood everywhere. He finds the body of his murdered mother and himself covered in blood. He has no memory of what happened, but cleans up and hides the body. He tries to piece together what happened, but wonders if he is the villain of the piece. You-Jeong Jeong tells complex tale that tries to give us a deeper understanding of Yu-Jin and his past. There are plenty of twists to you keep you guessing. A great read.

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  • Out of the box, one of a kind

    This was different than anything I ever read. Thrilling and fast-paced, it makes you feel like you are there, in real time, uncovering the events as they happen. The way flashbacks are seamlessly integrated into the narrative is a beautiful thing to read.

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