Hai Ho Yin Ho Yin itibaren Gem, Uganda
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This is a tough book for me to rate. There were times when it was a solid 4, and times when it was a 2. I decided to average them out. I loved it for the first 400 pages or so, but when the entire book became a series of letters and drab history, I became very bored. It livened up again toward the end, and overall I did enjoy it. It's interesting because there's an interview with Elizabeth Kostova at the end, and the interviewer makes a comment about how her extensive education doesn't get in the way of her storytelling. I think it absolutely got in the way.