On a final note, this book has a huge fixation with destiny. I find her at her computer where's she's supposed to be writing a book but instead is staring up at the ceiling like it's full of stars. Everything's so cleanly tied up together it feels hugely contrived. The plot progression worked in tandem with the character progression well. If what you have to say actually is deep and meaningful, you don't have to dress it up to be deep and meaningful! She did have some actual personality: she's prickly and ornery, and fickle, and a bit self-loathing, and tough as nails They lose their verisimilitude because they're just so try-hard it makes them effectively one-dimensional.
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