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    The illegal

    Well written _ keeps your interest _obvious that a lot of research was done. The characters felt like real people.
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    The Illegal

    Awesome read. Goods story line and plot! Would like recommend it to everyone! celina
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    Captivating

    I really enjoyed Hill's latest book. My only critique is that it seemed to end abruptly. I feel like another 100 pages could have been added to the book because there were a lot of things that I'd like to have seen further developed in the book. It kind of left me hanging. I did really enjoy the book though!
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    Lifeless, unfortunately

    I had high expectations for this book since I loved Book of Negroes. The subject of immigration and refugees is so topical, so rich in human drama. How could he go wrong? Wooden writing, poor character development, no nuance for any of the characters, coincidences piled up one after another, characters that stretched credulity, an awkward setting in an imaginary country but only 2-3 years into the future but poorly handled (e.g. some everyday things cost thousands of dollars, but the kid still got breakfast for 50 cents). I found myself yelling at the author to tighten up his writing, stop telling me things he had already told us several times previously. Too many flat declarative sentences' e.g. he did this and then he felt thus. And then a scramble at the end to pull together all the coincidences and improbabilities.
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    The Illegal

    Although the countries are fictional, the issues are not. You find yourself cheering along with the crowd. In the end, doing the right thing in the wrong way still makes it wrong.
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