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Solo - Dana Sederowsky
I didn’t think I would like this book, but I had a hard time putting it down.
I don’t read or review much fiction, but this book is my favorite type of narrative: first person introspective.
There is only one character in the book and not much story. The book is a day in the life of the character, and I found it very easy to read and relate to.
The author is clearly mature and confident, as her words do not seem to have anything to prove to you. There are no grand pretentious theories or pompous monologues.
A lack of characters and story might seem to be a bad thing, but, stories don’t need to be complicated to give you something to think about or entertain you. Most fictions that I have given a bad review to had too many characters, too many plot twists, and so on. This book is simple and quite a bit better than many narratives I’ve read.