Mohamed Elkawa Elkawa từ Kinsey, MT 59338, Hoa Kỳ
** spoiler alert ** This book did nothing for me. I liked the idea but somehow the writing seemed very amateurish, not what I expected at all. The story concerns a woman who is left handcuffed to the bed after her husband dies during a bit of bondage sex (nothing graphic or explicit in the book). She clearly has issues from the past, and the majority of the book covers conversations she has with her multiple personalities (clever idea just not well executed). The story behind the development of these characters is gradually revealed, but then the book takes an unexpected and somewhat bizarre turn when she realises she has been visited by a serial murderer / cannibal whilst she was tied up. One mystery in this story line is why the 'cannibal guy' didnt eat her husband's body during this visit as he seemed to have no qualms about eating anyone and everyone else in his life. The book ends with her confronting the killer. All in all a strange story, taking one definite track then veering off into another direction just at the end. Weird.
given that the book is 600 pages, i am considering myself done at 350. DKG is very readable and the topic is amazing Lincoln so it is good, just a tad too academic for my fuzzy head these days. I have learned a lot about him.