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Slow moving but enjoyable until the end. Both of the last two books I've read had rushed endings that seemed as if the authors just didn't really know how to wind up the story in a satisfactory way, so they just rushed to an ending that pretty much sucks. I don't need happy endings, but it needs to work with the body of the book. As slow as this novel moved, the end was the equivalent of the last lap of the Indy 500 at the end of someone's hour long commute to work. For that I give this book only 3 stars.