Well, this wasn’t the thing I was expecting. The newest work of the author had been far better when compared to this, at least in my opinion.
It was a story of kidnapping, although I felt that Judith could have been far better explored. As well as the other characters such as the man from the previous century. All of it lacked the certain charm her newest work had, which was far more inventive and brilliant.
I was hoping for a little more regarding the philosophy, but it seemed a lot more lacking than anything. It was far less impressive, and less hitting home. I did feel that Josie’s experiences could have been far more profound if anything, and the fact that she was kidnapped, presumed dead and everything was just completely going to change her.
Sadly, it didn’t. There was something that failed to really explore it in a way that will have made me fall in love with it, it just lacked that certain clarity. Her newest work had far more on it, being a book about eternal life. While this seemed much more confusing without a ground or direction which will have helped it.
Overall, it just lacked a certain charm and skill when compared to her newest work.
Rating: 3 out of 5