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    A deftly woven, well thought out, impactful and thoroughly enjoyable book. A dystopian future, overpopulation, climate chaos and loss of hope, all led to the creation of the Hotel Terminus and its like. As one always interested in the concept of voluntary euthanasia, this book's premise made it a definite no-brainer for me to pick up, read, and review. It's a dark and often depressing subject, but Besson has crafted a compelling, intriguing story and manages to deftly avoid it become bleak or bereft of uplifting emotion. The characters are vibrant, if somewhat broken, and the journey of the two central Hotel guests, Ansel and Nikki, was indeed an interesting one. Besson is a gifted wordsmith and an incredibly adept storyteller and I'm hoping this is just the first of many books to come. I received this as an e-ARC and eagerly chose to write a review, a remarkable book.

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