McGown's style is definitely challenging - the reader must ease into the words before (s)he can ease into the story. The effort is well worth the while, however.
The author leads us into a world of ambiguity where admiration and friendship and where the need to help and protect turn to passion. The shift is subtle but relentless and the reader is always left guessing as to how far things where go, how silent or vocal bystanders will be, how helpless or instigating the characters really are. It's a portrayal of generosity turned weakness and neediness turned cruelty. No one comes out of the story unscathed, reader included.
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