2017/03/11

BOOK REVIEW:
THE UNSEEN WORLD BY LIZ MOORE

Title: The Unseen World
Author: Liz Moore
Published: 2016
Language: English
Pages: 464
Rating: 5/5


Summary:
Set in Boston in the 1980's, Ada and her father share an unbreakable bond, tied together by their brilliant minds. But then, suddenly, when her father starts losing his memory, he hands her a floppy disk with a code, a key to a life she never knew he had.


Review:
Ah, finally, after reading a lot of books in a row that didn't quite do it for me, here is this magnificent work of literature.

As with a lot of the best books I've read, I falter a bit when trying to explain what it was about it that made it so good. In short terms, the story was original, fascinating and moving, the characters were well-crafted and wonderful and the writing was very good. I think the themes of family, memory and technology were phenomenal, and I loved following the main character as she navigates her way through all of it.

The book sucked me in and kept me there until I'd finished the last page, and I closed the book slightly bewildered as to what to do now. I think this is a riveting, unconventional and fantastic read and I would highly recommend it to everyone.
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