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    I **REALLY** hope that I’m approved by the publisher for the full galley copy because this excerpt ends on a cliffhanger, or, rather, where the actual story starts. The excerpt is the wraparound story that sets the world-building, provides context to how this world works, who inhabits it, and introduces the narrator (journal keeper) Piranesi — who, right up until they told me to opposite, I was reading as a woman. That made it a different (though equally interesting) narrator but I shifted quickly enough. The feel of the writing reminds me a lot of Margaret Atwood and even in an excerpt that doesn’t include the central conflict of the story, the pace and storyline moved quickly and kept my interest, because as a reader, you have to figure out his world that Piranesi takes as his everyday reality. I really hope I get to read the rest! I will probably pick it back up at some point regardless, because I want to know what the event is!
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    Unique, memorable, and beautifully mystifying!

    Piranesi is an enthralling, moving, creative novel that takes you into the life of a man unsure of his name but known as Piranesi by “The Other”, and who resides in a house, or prison of sorts, where the earth, sea, and sky meet in the vast corridors of time, space, whiteness, magic, statues, tranquillity, and isolation, and mystery lurks around every corner. The writing is eloquent and sophisticated. The characters are curious, lonely, and intelligent. And the compelling plot sweeps you away into an intricately woven tale of magical realism that touches on life, solace, sacrifice, and survival. Piranesi is, ultimately, a mesmerizing, haunting, well-written story by Clarke that is a powerful page-turner where the space between the words resonates as loudly as the words themselves.
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