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    Muito bom

    um livro surpreendente. gosto muito do modo de escrever deste autor. o livro faz o leitor saltar entre o passado e o futuro, onde se vão encontrando peças soltas para no fim se formar um puzzle magnifico. adorei!
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    Clever, but not interesting

    It is a clever construct in that it is both prequel and a sequel to the Harry Quebert Affair, but that really isn't enough to carry this book. Like HQA it leaps about with the timeline, but where that worked previously, here it just becomes downright confusing and you stop trying to recall which time zone you are in. Fortunately, it doesn't matter as 'The Tragedy' to which story builds is played out in a straight linear manner. Overall, there is little suspense as to what is to come, the characters are all pretty much all the same and some of the set ups are frankly not believable. It's not a bad book, but doesn't reach the high standards of the author's first.
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