My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is one of the toughest reviews I have ever written as most anything you say about the book will give much of the surprise away. That being said, the best advice I can give about this book is that the less know about it the more you will enjoy it.
Agyar is told from a first person perspective, chiefly in the form of the main character sitting in the attic and typing his thoughts on an old typewriter. The pacing was a little slow at times and some of the conversations were difficult to follow.
What I liked most about the story was piecing the bits of Agyar’s past together and figuring out who and what is really was. It was not difficult but the author’s writing style made it fun and really kept my interest.