Rice also makes it clear from the beginning that Reuben has little to restrain him from being just the one to be entranced with the mansion and its possibilities. He also has the money to buy it. Reuben is twenty-three and from San Francisco. The only thing I found odd about him is his speech. He’s no immortal, but he talks like someone from an earlier time, not a contemporary young man.
I’m looking forward to finishing this novel, and I don’t think Reuben’s lack of contemporary speech will ruin it for me.
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