This Mirror in Me, by Denis Fitzpatrick

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This was a bizarre, different, and yes, sort of boring. But, given the fact that only so much can happen when you’re trying to create an upstanding social gathering in your head, it fits. Regardless, Fitzpatrick manages to create distinct, interesting characters, with the unique backdrop that can only come from seeing the inside of another person’s thought process. The author makes no attempt to hide exactly how things were going to play out, but somehow, it really worked for this novel.

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