It's almost 500 pages long and it's free. If you get through the first three chapters or so it gets to be pretty good. I liked it, it was worth my time.
What I wasn't too thrilled about was the ending (it's as if the last few chapters were very rushed and not well thought out) and the awful grammar throughout the book.
NOTE: There are about 3 sexual situations that take place in the last 200 pages, so if you are concerned about your child reading this you should check that out first. Other than that there isn't really anything too offensive to be worried about.
I hope there will be a sequel!
OVERALL QUALITY: I give it a B+
(And that means it's pretty dang good because I am a HUGE stickler about grammar)
It's pretty good. It's free, which for the quality of the story itself is pretty amazing. Once I got in about 50 pages I couldn't put it down.
The grammar is horrible throughout the entire book, but it seems to suffer the most through the last few chapters. It got so bad at some points that I had to re-read full paragraphs to try to decipher what was going on.
What is great about this book was that it was very long and had a lot of subplots, but it doesn't feel like it's dragging on and it switches between plots seamlessly. It keeps you guessing - just when you think something is going to happen one way it takes you in a completely different direction. It is quite a refreshing read.
There are a lot of positive things to say about this book but if i listed them all this review would be two pages long and would end up summarizing the whole story.
I do hope to see a sequel and I'd be glad to pay money for it.
OVERALL RATING: B-