This is the story of Cohen Marah who tells us of his adulthood and back to his childhood. This is a book that is hard to keep track of and I wasn't that touched by the way it was written. I got confused by trying to keep up with who is talking in the book and where the story line was. I got half way through and just had to give up because it was so hard for me to understand the story and what was going on. This is not the type of book I usually read, but the cover was interesting to me and I thought the story was going to be more of a mystery, suspense type book with a well meaning in it.
I can't recommend this book, as I didn't understand it and I couldn't get through the whole book. I don't do well reading books done in the 3rd person style, that may be the reason I didn't enjoy this story.
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