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.
54
79%
I did not start it.
3
4%
I started it and plan on finishing it.
7
10%
I started it, but do not plan on finishing it.
4
6%
 
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Re: Did you finish Superhighway?

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I have started it but it did not really keep my attention. I may come back to it later on but for right now I don't want to finish it. Other books have my interest at the moment.

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I did finish it and found it quite enjoyable, even with some mistakes regarding plot details and characterization.
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e-tasana-williams wrote:
05 Jun 2017, 16:54
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.
I read both 1st and 2nd. Really disappointed with the second one. I was hoping for more, I don't know, superhero-helping-the-world stuff instead of him being so self-involved.

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I finished it but I definitely did not enjoy the second half of the book as much as the first half. It seemed to drag a bit, but it wasn't bad. Overall I really enjoyed it.

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I finished it. There are some topics that are a little sensitive to others but the book is good.

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I've read the first book in the series, and I'm waiting for the series to complete. It was intriguing for me, and I want to know how it ends. I would like to read the series in one go. -R

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I did finish the book, but it did take me a longer to get through it than typical books. I think it required more interest to detail to understand it and finish it.

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I've finished it and there are two reasons why I did. One - I can't start a story and not complete it, no matter how bad it may be. I'm gonna be frustrated for weeks after because I never found out how everything turned out. Also, as much as you might think a book is bad, it's never fair to arrive at that conclusion without pursuing it in it's entirety, even if you want to cringe and face-palm nonstop from the very beginning.

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