Ms. Nayyer also says in her review, "Indeed, there are moments where the reader will feel sympathy with a man who also makes us angry—whom we know will be found guilty of substantial property theft. This leads to an impression of near-betrayal when the reader approaches the end of the book and understands Kenk’s total disregard for the property rights of others".
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