Look, I’m aware that you’re here for an epic tale of intrigue and mystery and adventure and near death and actual death, but in order to get to that (unless you want to skip to chapter 13 – I’m not your boss), you’re going to have to deal with the fact that I, April May, in addition to being one of the most important things that has ever happened to the human race, am also a woman in her twenties who has made some mistakes.
The narrator sounds arrogant, but I’ll guess I’ll have to find out if there’s something beneath the surface. It’s also an enormous sentence.
The Friday 56:
They all wanted to talk to me.
And that was great, except I really had to pee and there was a line for the bathroom that was about forty people long. You’d think they would have planned for this…
The writer sounds like he wants the narrator to come off as really sarcastic, but I don’t really know how I feel about that.
Have you read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green? Tell me what you thought about it! No spoilers, though, please…
Till we meet again!