In this book, I found that Chemical Hibernation can be enthusing.

I think it's the author’s hyper-articulation. You can call it a restoration drama, haunted by her memories in which this miserable young woman hopes she can hibernate for a year and lose herself. In my framing, the novel's action consists of popping pills. Throughout the book, I didn't understand why she put herself into chemical hibernation for a year.

Between my reading, I enjoyed the shared character for her best friend. It seemed like a life-or-death performance-art project. I evidenced that she instead builds a facade of beauty and privilege around her characters, making the reader locate repulsion somewhere deeper.

It resembles a form of cognitive interplay induced by social media, which positions the user as the center of the universe and everything else. I got confused by the end of the novel.

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