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Wolf in White Van: A Novel

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Quiet, mysterious, menacing, taking you places you will never, never get out of your head.” Daniel Handler


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  • The narration's speed and rhythm are so off-putting that I couldn't bear to listen to it. Usually, I enjoy books when read by the author themselves, but I couldn't manage to get through this one.
  • Let's kick things off with the narration. The author takes on the role of the narrator, and it's honestly quite frustrating. The rhythm and style of delivery are rather stiff and unconventional. Now, onto the story itself. It's quite fragmented and can be challenging to keep up with due to its sudden and jarring plot shifts. Additionally, there are these peculiar instances of archaic English that other readers have mentioned. Frankly, they feel out of place and do little to enhance the overall narrative. Furthermore, there's an overwhelming amount of details presented throughout the book. While this can sometimes enhance a story, in this case, it only serves to drag it out unnecessarily. However, I did give it a rating of 2 stars because there are two sections of exposition within this lengthy tale that I found enjoyable. Without spoiling anything, I won't provide further details. These particular sections would have been better off as standalone short stories. P.S. Don't be fooled by the title or the cover art. This is not a horror story, although it does contain elements of horror. However, these elements don't provide the expected thrill, but rather evoke a sense of tragedy.
  • It is a peculiar feeling to finish a book and at the same time never want to touch it again. It is complex, layered, beautiful, and raw to the human psyche that is not often explored. Too often humans confine themselves to social norms and are not free to just say what everyone is thinking. This is not just a book written by a musician, but a enthralling work from a novelist who takes his craft seriously!
  • Loved the book. Loved the narration. very interesting story that inspired and had a gritty truth to parts, forcing one to think about things honestly. i would recommend to anyone. the reverse story line moves pretty fluidly as well.