Did you finish Superhighway?

Discuss the June 2017 Book of the Month, Superhighway by Alex Fayman. Superhighway is the first book in the Superhighway Trilogy, so feel free to use this forum to discuss not only the first book but also the other books in the series.

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Did you finish Superhighway?

I finished it.
I did not start it.
I started it and plan on finishing it.
I started it, but do not plan on finishing it.
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Did you finish Superhighway?

Post by hsimone »

As we begin to discuss Superhighway, I'm curious of where people are in their reading. :)
  • Have people finished?
    Are people planning to finish? If not, why is that?
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I started it. I got stuck about halfway through. I won't be finishing.
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I was reading it to do a review for it. I finished reading it but I never write the review. I found it too hard to write for some reason...
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Post by Donnavila Marie01 »

I started it but I do not have the luxury to finish it in time because of my work. I only read during my spare time but I will surely finish it.
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I've started and plan to finish. I'm not super-into it though. The writing style is grating on me.
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Post by e-tasana-williams »

I did finish it, and enjoyed it. I've started reading part two in the series, but don't know if I'll finish that one. The first one was easier to get into for me.
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Post by gali »

I started it and plan to finish it. I enjoy it so far despite the repeated pattern. So far all the protagonist seems to do besides entering the net is stealing, planning his next move, drinking, smoking grass, and fornicating with girls he meets along the way. Still, I am not bored.
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Post by MrsCatInTheHat »

I finished it and can't wait to start the next book in the series.
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Post by Azrevread »

I've read the sample pages, and I plan on finishing the book. I'm reading a
different novel at the present time, and the storyline of Superhighway
seems interesting enough to continue at a later time.

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Post by barb429 »

I started it but haven't finished yet. Right now I work full time and taking graduate courses as well, so I really have to pick and choose my books for fun carefully. I do think I will pick it back up again, I just don't know when.
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Post by lancer254 »

I finished it and I'm writing its review.

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Nope...I'll try

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Post by Michael kamiti »

I have gone through the book its quite interesting, needs keen concentration and time in order to comprehend.Still its realistic.

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Post by shish_by_design »

I finished it but by way of skimming through the pages that I just couldn't get. I found myself distracted during most of the book and I'd reread some pages again and again but I still wouldn't get a thing.

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