How I'd like to explain my low rating of this book.
Say your eating this perfect bowl of soup. Each bite is full of flavor, your enjoying it and you can't wait to finish and tell someone else to order this soup because it was soo great!
You take your last bite. As your lips close around the spoon you see a cockroach at the bottom of your bowl, It's pretty much soup-logged.(And it was no accident the roach is in there, the
authorChef purposely put it there.)
yea, talk about leaving a bad taste in your mouth.
Sure the soup was perfect. But the end of your "soup eating" experience has been ruined by the ending part. Because come on, the last part of anything kinda seals the deal. It's the part you remember most.