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It's Roald Dahl, y'all.
Breakneck pacing. Interesting concept.
Structurally ambitious, influential sci-fi. Me likey!
Love the rhythms in verse and the sheer imagination.
Overall, I enjoyed it, but I especially relished an atmospheric nighttime stakeout on a Concarneau rooftop when Maigret from his position observes across an alley two of his main suspects in silent interaction. It involves a chicken.
A language-play trapeze across the textual body/circus of Gertrude Stein.
A language-play ode to Stein and those things worth caring for.
Pretty good. I can smell the Hemingway all over this one.
My first Maigret mystery. I think I'll read some more.
Amazing book. Baldwin touches on so many cultural and racial issues that are more relevant than ever today. Also, I love the style, the plot and the realism of the characters' voices. Wow.
If you have an interest in Ottoman history, Borges and Garcia Marquez and are motivated to engineer a perpetual motion machine, this is your kind of book. I loved it.
Moomins sail to an island and encounter weird and magical occurences beside an unpredictable sea.
If you like Jan Zwicky's writing, you'll like this book of poetic essays.
The names expose the namer more than they limn what's caught the eye.
Amazing structure. Morphs through time, character and space with the ease of dream logic. Excellent translation.
Very good stories all involving music.
Fantastic historical fantasy! Riveting and bittersweet.