Credits About You can change your job, your city, your identity, but some things you can never escape. After a botched drug deal, Troy James Stewart must take his family into Witness Protection in exchange for giving evidence against his former employer, vicious crime boss Nils Vandenberg Marcus Graham. With new names and fresh identities, the Quigg family is ripped from their home on the sun-drenched Gold Coast and dumped in a safe house in Western Sydney as the Swift Family. But dislocation puts immense pressure on everyone.
I wanted to like this, but It had a few good points and more bad. As a warning, the spoilers mostly pertain to The Big Twist, so it'll ruin that if you haven't gotten there yet. It did have some good setup. The whole story literally spans from the MC going into the house and lurking around for a night and half a day and somehow takes up an entire book even though nothing happens.
I get that it was supposed to be sort of stream-of-consciousness, but this went way too far and I kept getting bored by all the rambling the MC constantly talks about the readers' opinions of him as being creepy, for example, and never.
Like, give it a rest eventually—we get your point. I like some stream of consciousness, but this got to be ridiculously much after a while.
They knew each for what, like three months? And they knew honestly very little about each other. Even the MC says that they only had one meaningful conversation and admits that he never knew her at all.
He had a crush because he felt like she saw him when no one else did, but half the time she treated him like trash view spoiler [more understandable when you later find out she was depressed, but not really that much and it felt like a bad message hide spoiler ] and he never really tried to learn who she really was past saying she was 'wonderful and beautiful' and, as he himself admits, continually pressuring her to have sex with him.
They didn't know each other at all, and I don't believe they were truly in love. Also, the way Laura broke up with him was disgusting, and they both treated each other horribly.
Neither of them were very likable characters. It's just a couple hours of sneaking around the house with countless asides for flashbacks and pointless, repetitious rambling. What I liked was the mysterious event that broke up his parents for good, and how it later became obvious what it was even though it wasn't flat-out stated.
But the fact that he realized he was dead and then just wandered around the neighborhood a bit and never even thought about his parents again? You could sell me on the memory reset and even the idea of the physical sensations coming and going to sort of make it feel more like life.
But the fact that he can move stuff around and play around with red tablecloths and dig through Laura's belongings? Added to the fact that once he realizes he's dead, he can no longer interact with anything?
You can make a case for it being some kind of induced hallucination like the memory loss and physical sensations, but that's a weak cop-out and doesn't really make sense of things. I needed a better explanation than that. Having him constantly say he knew it was wrong and creepy did not make it any less so or endear him to me any more, even taking into consideration how the twist could have played into it.
It just seemed really fake and hollow and lacked genuine emotion and believability.When Jo (Ana Villafane) witnesses the gruesome murder of her parents, she becomes a key witness against a notorious crime boss.
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