Konstance, Anna, Omeir, Zeno, and Seymour. Five seperate stories connected by a common thread.
What I liked
- Each of the independent story lines were interesting and often left me with anticipation when the next chapter started with someone new
- Each main character felt like a different person
- Some parts of the conclusion I saw coming, but other bits were very much a suprise
- The chaos of the beginning of the book resolved well; like many seemingly tangled threads forming into a braid
Things I didn't like
- The chaos of the beginning of the book. I almost stopped reading this book because it felt a bit too experimental
- There was no appendix at the end of the book that contained the full Diogenes story
- The book wasn't as thought provoking for me as my last read
I actually thought the book was quite good, which was a suprise to me given the rough start (for me). I would recommend it to anyone looking for an interesting book.