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    A Gentleman in Moscow

    This is an exceptional novel. The pace, the prose and the plot were delightful to read and highly entertaining. The dry humour, literary references and sophisticated vocabularly were excusite. Best of all was the character develpment. It was an absolute pleasure to spend time in Count Rostov's head. I highly recommend the book.
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    A Gentleman in Moscow

    This book is written with beautiful prose as befits a well educated gentleman narrator. It starts off slowly but is worth the tapestry that is woven by the author.
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    Simply an excellent tale

    One of the best novels I’ve read in recent memory. The author weaves an intriguing and touching story that you will not want to end.
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    Ah, delight!

    This wonderful book had me on the first page and continued to delight to the very end. The characters were interesting and varied! The Count was the most interesting with his approach to changes in his life that for many would be devastating but for him an opportunity. Some history and a view into a very different world made reading this story a very rich experience.
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    A Gentleman in Moscow

    A wonderful central character who exemplifies the idea that, while we cannot control the wind, we can control the set of our sails. One of the best books I've read in a long time.
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