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    The Red Notebook

    I'm so sorry to have given such low rating a book that really interested me in the plot, the problem is that more stars don't deserve it. The only positive aspect is the length: being 164 pages, the book doesn't take too much time to be finished. On the other hand, the negative aspects are in the type of narration and in the style of writing. Dialogues do not exist, they are written without giving any idea of the characters, all on a single line, as if they were a normal piece of narration. There are no chapters, only empty pages that seem to be functional only to increase the total number of pages. For the rest the story is enough, a little bit surreal and by-the-book, with these two guys who meet and to love each other in a completely inexplicable and whitouth no reason (fate fault? Mah).
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