All the characters are connected in some way through the storage facility known as Metropolis. The reader knows from the beginning that something has occurred to cause the storage facility to close, with some of the tenants leaving everything in their units behind. As each chapter unfolds, we learn more about the various tenants in the building, why they were renting space there and what their connection is to each other. I really enjoyed the diverse cast of characters and how they were each so well developed and unique. You could find some relatable quality to almost everyone and were drawn into their stories. I felt the story was well paced and intriguing, unlike anything I've read.
Metropolis would make an interesting book club discussion book and also would be an excellent summer beach read. I received this book courtesy of the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.