Just finished reading "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" by Jonathan Safran Foer.
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It was a good read.
The book's about a 9 year old boy in New York who's dad died in the 9/11 attacks. He finds a key in his father's closet and goes on a search to find what it unlocks. Along the way he meets many engaging and fascinating people.
The plot was original, and the characters were all very interesting. Some parts were a bit confusing but overall it was a fun time. The main character is unforgettable and there were multiple times where I giggled because of the humor. I wouldn't call it a page-turner, but just a good book and an easy read.
I'd definitely recommend it.
Have you read this book? What'd you think?