The Lost Book of Adana Moreau by Michael Zapata
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Reading this book was a unique experience. It is not written in a traditional format, whether that is because I"m reading an ARC or if that is the intention, but its idiosyncrasies can make it a challenge to read. The story in itself is fascinating, I've always loved the premise of trying to find someone that has seemingly disappeared. I also enjoyed the progression of the generations, the main character's origin story. The there are the stories within the story, including the "lost book". It's as if you're reading multiple books at the same time.
This was not a page-turner in the traditional sense, it takes time to absorb and digest what you're reading, if anything, to sort out what story you're actually reading, but once you process one part, you definitely want to get back into it and learn the conclusion.
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Many thanks to Netgalley for the free copy in exchange for an honest review.
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