The ending, which adopts an uncharacteristically (but cliched) supernatural element as a key element is disappointing. Carstens's ultimate message with this book is about the important of faith in modern society, that secularism is actually an evil that only provides temporary benefits. That belief has clearly led to some passion, and that passion certainly does find its way into this book. I suppose I can't condemn the ending simply because it's not in keeping with my own personal beliefs, but it does seem like an oversimplified answer for the interesting concepts the creator dared to examine. Read Full Review
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