Done with 38. And can’t say that I was incredibly impressed. It’s a serviceable, nicely told tale that touches on some issues that already have been dealt with this year in other, better crafted books, for a similar audience. It’s not the author’s fault that there is some limitation in how not as dexterously he/she handles similes than other writers or the plot and conflict simply don’t compare with some other creations this year — but, it makes this book much less distinguished.