This is an unusual mystery, not so much from a plot perspective but in terms of narrative style. The sentences are choppy, the subjects of paragraphs frequently varying, almost as if the book is written as a stream of consciousness with various thoughts competing for Senestre's -- and the reader's -- attention.
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