I devoured this book in 3 sittings of about 2 hours. It was recommended to me on good ole’ Goodreads after I’d marked that I’d finished Recursion by Blake Crouch. I didn’t find the books to be particularly similar but I guess Goodreads’ sneaky algorithms know that fans of one have read the other.
The book begins with a short letter from Father to son, before we even get to the first chapter. There is reflection, regret and sorrow in these words but also a glimmer of hope which is is all SO intriguing. It’s an unusual way to begin and I liked it.