Oh, God. I was not thinking of writing about this book. But in the end, I'll write about the saga all at once. And I think it was fair, it was the first one I read and I must say, which made me love the reading even more and go to writing. To be fair, I must say that it is the most humane book I have ever read, why? Well, it showed that errors are acceptable if there is remission, that there is not one side. There is not just right or wrong, good and bad, sad and happy. We are human, we are a genetic mixture based on carbon, we are rational. We think, we have conscious, subconscious and unconscious. We have different personalities before our equals. We have different phenotype and genotype from each other. How, in what place, would such divergences lead to only two constants? WE ARE tangential.
And this book, this saga, shows with clarity and objectivity - as much as possible with the tangential ones - this ambiguity, this variety. Honestly, it took me a long time to read and buy for many reasons. But one of them is the fear of ruining everything that has already been proposed in others, and I must say, Jamie: YOU WERE SPECTACULAR IN PORTRAITING THE CHAOS OF THE MADDOX FAMILY. I'm excited to say that I cried, laughed, got angry at almost everyone, got confused and felt all the emotions possible. I have no right to criticize a book that when read opens the doors of our emotion and makes us read in less than one day. So, thank you.
What started with the youngest of the Maddox, ends with the oldest of them.
Ps: Maybe I hate you for a while for killing Olive and for having made the boys read such emotional letters, but I sure love you for having portrayed Jim returning to his wife while his children are finally , adults. #brazilian #maddox #maddoxbrothers #thomasmaddox #tylermaddox #taylormaddox #trentonmaddox #travismaddox #jimmaddox