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B K Ray

I'm not sure i can trust your narrator's version of events. I would like to see a little bit more expose before the exposition (or during).

I have to admit, currently it is a hard audience to reach, As someone who does not have access, these people are not familiar to me. On the other hand, I have not been offended enough to stop reading.

Monroe Anderson

BK So far you've read about 1/60th of the novel. More importantly, the reason some folks read is to become exposed to people, places and things that are unfamiliar to them.

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