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I found this book to be whiney and repetitive at first. No trivia or quizzes yet. A difficult, haunting read. Gripping look at war, and the effects on the people involved. Perhaps it just isn’t my cup of tea.

Wendymurphy1 rated it it was ok Sep 26, A very good history lesson – and a very good translation. This book is gripping, with suspense thrown in. This book is not an informative story about how Richard Richter survived the war.

Hardcoverpages. As it turned out, the effort was worth it. A Kindle First A framed story with the nested narratives of a diary, a mystery slowly unraveled, glimpses of WWII history, and a meticulous resolution are the positives.

I think this book could have been a third shorter if the seemingly endless woe-is-me foreshadowing had been reduced. Just a moment while we sign you in to sgolica Goodreads account.


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And “war” is more of a setting than the subject of the novel. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He is the editor of anthologies of new Croatian prose fiction and international short fiction in English. Julie rated it it was ok Dec 08, To date it has been translated into German, Spanish, French, and English. It was truly predictable – you’d have to not be an experienced reader?

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Unfortunately I don’t care for stream of consciousness writing or foreshadowing. A Castle in Romagna received the award for best first novel in Croatia in I received this book free through the Kindle First program, though this did not effect the honesty of this review. A true story of man who was not told who his real father was and when he inadvertently discovered the information went to Sarajevo to find him. So sad, but oh so true, “,nothing good can stay” in this strange place called life.

He goes searching for the man, in Sarajevo and Vienna. In the end, I gave sriks book 2 stars and not 1 because the epilogue was actually very interesting and an easier read than the rest of the book. Refresh and try again.

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He wrote a lot about a German book called Homo Faber. I also know that a translator can make or break a book.


I elijahoa never heard of it and could not relate to these references. Return to Book Page. A predictable story in an interesting setting.

I thought the story clever and the characters interesting, but it kind of felt atiks listening to someone whine with so much of the text being the lead character thinking to himself.

This has not influenced my review. Interesting read though it can be slow moving at times. The main plot and twist in the book no worries, no spoilersrelies on foreshadowing; it was something I predicted was happening just a little over igr there.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Yet somewhere along the way that stopped bothering me so elikahova, and I just enjoyed the story. The reason for the character’s despair became crystal clear and I could hardly put it down. Here he finds love as well as tragedy. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

The general tone is that life is hard and then you die.

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