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  • Loved it

    I loved this so much I bought three paper copies as gifts. Three is appropriate as there are three quite different parts to this story. They're all charming & a bit heart-breaking, but a highlight for me was an elaborate parallel drawn between Christ & the detectives of Agatha Christie. Genius.

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  • The high mountauns of Portugal

    A marvellous book, i couldn't put it down. Three stories relecting grief, linked by a fine thread. Beautifully written and so unusual! Please read it, keep an open mind and grieve with the story tellers.

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  • The High Mountans of Portugal

    This novel opened me up to concepts and topics almost completely beyond my normal comfort zone. At times it described things I would normally feel squeamish about and revealed their beauty. It made the paranormal seem natural. It made sense even of superstition and importantly, it caused me to reposition my humanity realistically.

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  • Tedious!

    I thought this book would be a winner after the fabulous The Life of Pi. Very disappointed. The book is divided into 3 stories connected through time. The first third of the book was hard work - laborious detail. The second was ridiculous. The third eventually tied everything together. For me, this was not an enjoyable read.

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