This was certainly a strange book. The main characters are coincidence makers. They are given a project and it's up to them how they will arrange the "coincidence" to take place. They all major in different aspects and levels of achieving these "coincidences".
While certainly a new and strange idea for a book, it really sounded strange to me and interesting as well. Unfortunately, I could not really relate to the characters. And, I got lost in all explaining of their jobs other aspects.
I was only able to get through about a third of this book before I decided that I really wasn't that into it and why should I continue. The last part I read was really putting me to sleep, so that's when I said enough.
Thanks to St. Martin's Press and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.