King of Code by C.D. Reiss

 

If a new book comes out, and I read it, I try to do a blog review, but I don’t have a lot to say about this book.

I would like to think I’m an intelligent person, most of the time, but this book made me stupid.

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I’m not a coder or a hacker, I mean have you seen my blog, I’m seriously just winging it.

I did, however, get mods for my 6-year-olds Minecraft, which is something. I guess….

My point is, I didn’t like it. I didn’t like that I was lost, and I had no idea what the hell was going on.

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The book is unique and told completely from the male POV. He has some mama issues. I was trying to connect the dots, about why his past was relevant. I couldn’t. I mean sometimes I could, but other times I’m like where is he going with this?

Is he bipolar? I ‘m pretty sure this book was deep, but I didn’t get it. Honestly, I still felt lost when Harper said her goodbyes, I was lost about the damn factory, and lastly, I was lost at the end.

Was Harper starting school? Was she going to work for Taylor? Both?

I guess all and all, I just didn’t “get it”.

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This is one of my favorite authors, and I still love her, even if she made me feel inadequate.

 

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