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This was a very very very slow read. Hard to tell when people were talking to each other because there were no quotes. The story jumped a bit from time to time and was difficult to truly get into.

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"Fated" starts out decently enough, the premise that all attributes, sins, emotions and life paths are personified is intriguing. The story starts to break down with the introduction of the Sara character. While it soon becomes obvious that she is "destined" for something great (by repeated mentioning from the main character), the reader can't help but wonder if there is a lot of the author in the Sara character. Or if she is meant for the reader to insert themselves in her place. She is that shallow, boring and one-dimensional. Once her future is revealed, the reader can't help but wonder why this woman was picked. Sure, the readers are told ad nauseum how amazing she is and how she does a few good deeds and how people are magically drawn to her, but not enough is shown to lead the reader to believe these things. Instead, the reader is left with the impression that she is a sex-starved maniac and that is all she craves from the main character. There is also the issue with how the novel ended. There is such a slow buildup to the denouement that when it happens, it happens too quickly. The reader has to sit through five pages of depressing dreck only to have three quick pages of resolution. And what a whammy the resolution is. Without giving it away, let this reader say that I groaned out loud in frustration when the major reveal was revealed. Unbelievable! Over all, "Fated" was an intriguing read with great potential of being a great book- yet the author fell down on the job with this one. The writing was interesting enough to keep me reading, but once I finished the novel I felt like I wasted valuable brain space on this novel. It was the same feeling I got after completing "The Da Vinci Code." I would not recommend this novel unless you are seeking a vapid, repetitious read.