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Supermarket Audiobook

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Review #1

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This fantastic book is filled with unexpected twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I recommended it to a friend and told them that the ending is absolutely mind-blowing, something you have to experience firsthand. After reading it, my friend couldn’t stop raving about how insanely gripping it was. I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone who enjoys fiction books. It’s clear that Logic is not only a talented storyteller through his music but also through his work in fiction literature.

Review #2

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“Bobby Hall’s novel, “Supermarket,” is a gripping thriller that had me hooked from start to finish. The story is so engrossing that there were moments when I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the pages. It took me on an emotional rollercoaster, leaving me astonished and occasionally perplexed, culminating in an unexpected plot twist that left me reeling.

The narrative employs two significant plot devices, the Macguffin and Deus Ex Machina. The Macguffin plays a crucial role towards the end, delivering an unexpected and helpful resolution to the story. Various objects are cleverly woven into the plot to bring it to a satisfying conclusion. Similarly, Deus Ex Machina comes into play, solving a major problem in an unforeseen manner. These two elements complement each other seamlessly, adding depth to the narrative.

I thoroughly enjoyed this novel, as I mentioned earlier, I was genuinely shocked and emotionally invested in the story. The abundance of twists and turns will keep you eagerly turning the pages. The well-developed characters are highly engaging, and your curiosity will drive you to keep reading. I appreciated the unique element of breaking the fourth wall, which added an intriguing layer to the storytelling.

I wholeheartedly recommend this book, and I’ve already done so. If you have a penchant for mysteries, “Supermarket” is an excellent choice. It’s challenging to explain the reasons for my recommendation without giving away spoilers, but I assure you the plot twist will leave you astounded.

In my assessment, this book deserves an 8.5/10 rating, and that’s only because I had to read it for school. Despite its brevity, it’s an exceptionally good read, and I highly encourage others to delve into its pages.”

Review #3

Audiobook Supermarket by Bobby Hall

I’ve noticed a lot of discussion where people express their dislikes about various aspects of this novel, such as the narrative structure, language, pacing, and its similarities to the plot of “Fight Club.” I can understand where they’re coming from, but personally, I found this novel to be quite enjoyable. Just because a work is inspired by something else doesn’t mean it can’t bring its own unique flavor to the table.

In all honesty, I could see much of the plot unfolding from the moment we were introduced to both Red and Frank in front of the store. However, this predictability didn’t diminish my enjoyment of the journey. The initial narrative jumps around quite a bit, making it hard to anticipate what comes next. But once we settle into a more linear structure, it becomes more foreseeable. Additionally, there are entire paragraphs that don’t seem directly related to the plot. Nevertheless, I view these narrative quirks, the shifting tenses, and the informal language as tools to immerse us in Flynn’s perspective, rather than every line having to serve a strictly plot-driven purpose.

These narrative elements help us lose ourselves in some scenes, experiencing moments of clarity as Flynn shares seemingly mundane details, as well as the chaotic whirlwind when he’s completely disoriented. I believe all of these stylistic choices were essential in conveying the full depth of Flynn’s experience.

Review #4

Audio Supermarket narrated by Bobby Hall

When Logic initially announced his foray into the world of writing with the release of a book, I must admit that I didn’t take it very seriously. Logic is known for his outlandish and humorous persona, so I initially brushed it off as a jest. However, when I laid eyes on the cover of his book, “Supermarket,” I was taken aback and, at the same time, filled with excitement. Without hesitation, I pre-ordered a copy.

Now, I must offer a fair warning: I’m an avid fan of Logic as a musical artist, so my opinion may come across as somewhat biased. But, despite my musical preferences, I have a deep appreciation for a well-crafted story. While my bookshelf is primarily occupied by non-fiction and self-improvement titles, this isn’t my first venture into the world of fiction.

Upon receiving the book, I dove into it almost immediately. Let me tell you, the first page of the book ensnared my attention as swiftly as a Lamborghini racing through a quiet urban neighborhood late at night. One undeniable quality about Logic, evident in his music and interviews, is his exceptionally eccentric and creative imagination.

The central character, Flynn, shares similarities with Logic himself, except for the absence of the musical talent that Bobby Hall possesses. Flynn, a budding author, toils away in a supermarket (hence the book’s title) while racing against the clock to complete the rough draft of his debut book before the deadline. However, things take unexpected turns for young Flynn in this dark and intriguing world he inhabits.

Without revealing too much of the plot, I must say that this book evokes the same sense of bewildering yet captivating complexity that the movie “Inception” does. It’s worth noting that this book garnered significant attention in the media due to the author’s fame, and while this may have initially drawn me in, it didn’t disappoint. I genuinely enjoyed the time I spent reading Logic’s inaugural book, and he did a commendable job with it. I eagerly await the possibility of a second installment or a completely new literary creation from him.

Review #5

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rewrite “The first novel by Sir Robert Branson Hall II aka Logic took me by quite a surprise. As a Logic fan I enjoy his works within the Hip-Hop/Rap culture and thus was not sure what to expect. Of course one could assume that there is a certain bias to this review due to my previous liking of the artist, but I tried, to the best of my abilities, to keep an open mind and simply enjoy his work. After initially struggling with his writing style I found myself laughing, engaging in all sorts of emotions and eagerly reading after the first dozen pages had passed. 2 days later and I had finished the book. I personally find it a very good psychological thriller with a twist. Considering this artist had never read a book until he was 25 years old, I can only tip my hat to Mr. Hall. I’d certainly recommend this book.

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