26 May 2015 | grantss
Unusual and intriguing
Very unusual and intriguing.
Starts off incredibly well - edgy, very interesting, and doesn't give much away. The transformation of the author's wife is captivating, and has many lessons in liberty, self-will, individualism and their consequences.
However, the second act is confusing, drags on a bit and the plot is not entirely water-tight. Some things just seem added in for shock or weirdness value.
The conclusion is good and closes the loop well, though leaving room for a continuing moral.
Solid performances all round.