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This was an OK book. It wasn't great, but it wasn't terrible either. I know this isn't that helpful as a review, but I'm having trouble quantifying it. I found the premise of a technology being able to generate luck interesting, especially as it uses the concept of conservation of energy (or mass) to "explain" what the computer is doing. In other words, the author seems to relate luck to a form of energy or matter. It can't be created from nothing, it must be taken from somewhere. I think, for me, the missing piece that would have made this book better was the suspense. It was slow and didn't really world/character build very well. The narrator kept my interest, though, so it wasn't a "well there's x number of hours I can't get back." Again, it was just OK to me.
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A college girl has alternating good and bad luck.It was an ok book.Nothing really made it 'pop'.Kathryn SUpina was a good narrator.“I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.”