Soliloquy begins beautifully with subtle intriguing description, but the reader is then suddenly bombarded by too many characters and useless character descriptions which serve no value to the plot. The author also adds some forced clichés, which hinder the narrative.
Soto created two replaceable characters with clear chemistry. Had the story only focused on them and the characters the impede their relationship, the story would have been more focused.
(review of free book)