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Good translation and a good book to re read.
I almost felt like the book was written just because of the author's beliefs, not because there was truly a story there that wanted to shared.
One of the beauties of this book is how Saramago never answers the questions he raises through Cain or events in the story.
My biggest complaint is that this wasn't longer - it's so sad to finish any of his work now and realize that he'll no longer be producing such brilliance. Read morePublished 5 days ago by reader
Absolutely fascinating and very, very controversial - especially would be for fundamentalist Christians and, maybe, moderate Christians. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve P
a really great book it definitely gives you a new perspective on the meaning of god.Published 1 month ago by Arlene Torres
Excellent! I just finished reading Cain yesterday and have already purchased "Blindness" by Saramago.Published 2 months ago by jessica lozano
Enjoyed this book; Saramango has insights into things I've never considered and he changed my mind about a few I had considered.Published 2 months ago by dingfud
I have never met anyone who has taken a Philosophy 101 course, who didn't question a combination of God's being all powerful, all knowing and all good. Read morePublished 7 months ago by DJY51