Oh goodness... the review:
You never actually find out if the story is true. I don't think it really matters. I like survival stories, but was not interested in reading this in segments. The story, if you look at it as a story, is an interesting read. It was really hard for me to tell the gender of the narrator at the beginning. I had a hard time separating which person belonged to which name. The writing was supposed to be written like a journal, but it ended up reading like a novel. I feel like the whole concept of this serial story defeated itself by not being what the writer wanted it to be. All in all, I would say that this was confusing to read and it would be much better as a novel. I appreciate the idea and the creativity that goes with it, but I just don't think it worked. If you are interested in reading a survival story, give it a go. I won't recommend it, but I will talk about it. It's not a go-out-and-read-it-immediately story. It's a if-you-really-have-nothing-better-to-do-with-your-time type story.