What can I say about a book that had me gripped in alternate chapters and skimming the text in the others? Leon's story was the one I wanted more of and the one I couldn't wait to read. Frank's story is, to me, bit more boring and dull with predictable experiences of the "angry young man".
When this book first came out, many book bloggers RAVED about it. And it is a good book, but I'd really have preferred just Leon's story, told in uninterrupted prose. It would make for a shorter book, but a more interesting one. The four stars that I think this book deserves shows just how much I found Leon's experiences fascinating.