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The Automaton 

At times, I was completely confused but nonetheless found the work entertaining and enjoyable. Even when I have no clue as to what is happening. 

The writing had a lot of charm, with some strange things happening all around while I have little ideas. But the book succeeded in making me care about the characters which as usual was difficult when it comes to me. 

Odissa and Odys, which were twins and I found them really relatable here. As well as all the characters whom I did grow on such as Dorian and the mystery regarding their father. The plot to me could have been clearer as the writing mostly caught my attention, since it was rather unique. 

As for the ending, I have to admit that it wasn’t what I expected. It was a lot more darker than even that of my expectations and full of reveals that I didn’t see coming. I might have very little idea as to what was happening but this was wholly enjoyable. 

Overall, this was just entertaining for me and I really enjoyed much of it. I might still be confused as to where this was heading but at the end of the day it was still something which I derived great joy from. I don’t understand why I liked it when I can barely remember the plot. 

Rating: 4 out of 5

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