I loved this book. Armand is supposed to have a ton of flaws. He seems the most real because he is vain, needy and confused. He is the sum of his flaws, really. That point where he was dying and looking down at all the people who loved him, and he snubbed, he realized it.
I felt completely in tune when he is talking about Christ and his religious viewpoints, and is confused about them. It's not...more