Rated of 5
by Roanoke CPA
For me, a good book is one which does two things. First, it must relate a "good story" in a "fresh manner" so that it keeps my interest. Second, it must make me dog ear many of its pages because I am so moved by passages whose structure perfectly describes a situation, an emotion or well, just life.
The Rule of Four met both of my requirements. The story idea and plot structure were very creative, though the book retells the old tales of love and loss, betrayal, redemption, and the rite of passage from carefree college existence to real life. Many times I stopped my reading cold, as I found myself rereading and savoring each word of a poignant passage: a most impressive accomplishment from two authors with limited "real life" experience.
A tremendous first effort!