I downloaded this book for my iPhone a few months ago, and I'm sorry I haven't reviewed this absolutely excellent book sooner.
From the very beginning (Reading the short description on feedbooks), I was engaged in the idea. On reading the first few chapters, I'd realised that I had, in my opinion, stumbled upon the golden book among the heaps of subpar original literature that is offered on feedbooks. Your book is the kind that only comes around every so often.
You introduced me to Mathew and his struggle, made me feel the roller coaster-like emotion of a man whose life changes literally in the blink of an eye. Gave me characters to care about... only to have them left years behind, long dead, or unreachable. Following this man who witnesses the changes of society, language, and himself. I'm sure you can imagine me clutching my iPhone with intensity.
When I read books, I imagine them as movies in my mind, but when I finished your book, I felt as if I had just watched a TV show marathon, or a miniseries of some kind; with each "episode" bringing a new set of circumstances, but still revolving around the main arc. I wouldn't be disappointed in seeing that on TV in the future. Haha.
It was a wonderful read, and just writing this review makes me want to go back and read it again. Thank you very much for this wanted surprise in feedbooks, and I hope to see it published someday so I can buy it.