Meh. It’s an ok book, I liked it well enough but I didn’t love it. Maybe it’s just a case of middle book syndrome. I was finding it hard to press through this one at some points.
The main character David just all kinds of annoys me. The things he does, the way he acts, his obsessive behaviors, the stupid metaphors, and the obsession with guns. I don’t like him, I find most of the side characters more interesting than him in this book. It’s the interesting world David lives in that will probably get me to pick up the next book to see what happens.
I didn’t like the way this book ended either. None of it. And the religious nonsense, really just altogether, no. Anytime religious themes starting getting mixed into the pot my interest just totally tunes out. It ruined it for me.