I thought it was an interesting concept, told in a really weird way. I think I would have rather it just ended and left me hanging than trying to explain it all from a removed, academic point of view. It seemed like 2 styles were fighting each other. If it was going to be a journal/memoir account, it should have committed to that at the outset, IMHO.
Finished reading: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom by James Kahn
Not a bad novelization. A few minor scenes that weren't in the movie, or were slightly different than the movie. Overall, pretty good.
Just started: Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Last Ark by Campbell Black.
I'm reading all the Indy books in chronological order and Temple is a prequel so...
This thread reminds me that I am STILL reading Insomnia by Stephen King and I have yet to pick it back up after two months and finish it. I have three chapters left and for some reason, I have been distracted with other things. Maybe since I have a four day weekend I will have the time to finish it.