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    These Sad But True Love Story

    I could not get into this book at all and finally just stopped reading it. MAYBE I didn't give it much of a chance but I would not recommend this book to any of my treater friends. Sorry.
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    Super sad and could be true

    At first, my opinion of Super Sad was that it was just ok. The more I think about it and reflect on it, I think I have to revisit my opinion. You have a boy (Lenny) who meets girl (Eunice). It is your typical mismatched pair love affair. You are judged by your credit score and material things (not unlike how things are now). The one difference being is that your financials are pretty much out there for people to see anytime since there are pdas more than willing to broadcast it to any receivers in range. Eunice comes across as a selfish, selfie loving type while Lenny comes across as the sucker who loves her. It is pretty easy to not like Eunice. That is until you realize that underneath it all, Eunice actually does (in her own way) care for Lenny. She isn’t some hallowed out husk of a human. You wonder, though, through the whole story if their ‘love’ can actually survive the turmoil of a collapsing America (which is torn apart and claimed by multiple countries). There were times that this story dragged. Outside of that minor complaint, it was an extremely solid story. Love them, or hate them, your characters were well defined. In a way, SSTLS is a reflection of today’s society where the human factor means less and less and the importance of the material “wealth” matters more and more. The first time I read through it, it was ok. After giving it another read through, I can appreciate the story more especially against the backdrop of today’s shenanigans. On the surface,

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