Reminds me of the type of novel we used to study in college - almost the stream of consciousness with a bit of prose-like descriptive narration. The writing is beautiful and the characterizations are excellent even though the book is a quick read, you can imagine and visualize Dean, Anne-Marie, the Jobs and the un-named narrator. The sex scenes are raw and cyclic, almost robotic and predictable but, isn't that true when one is young and experimenting. As with most great literary works, throughout the story, there is an underlying feeling of, "this isn't going to end well."

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