Very enjoyable reading. After finishing I read it again just to clarify all the different characters. Still enjoyable the second time around.Published 1 month ago by Christa Brooks
Amara Lakhous’ “Clash of Civilizations Over an Elevator in Piazza Vittorio” (translated by Ann Goldstein) is an enjoyable short novel, but I can’t praise it nearly as much as the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by cs211
Intriquing style and method to get to the mystery. Will read it again.Published 2 months ago by Landscape novice
I loved this mystery book about immigration and emigration. It tells a tale across many culturals through intetesting people, predicaments and human nature. Read morePublished 4 months ago by teresa h.clifford
Linked stories between tenants in a Rome apartment house. Satire about Roman culture as told by immigrants/outsiders. Sort of humorous, not hilarious. Murder is serious.Published 5 months ago by Robert McConnell
initially intriguing, becomes slightly repetetive, over all, i'd say its worth reading if the subject matter appeats.Published 6 months ago by David C. Jones
Characters were not interesting, nor was their interactions. Events were dragged on and on for so long that I lost interest and scanned it to the end.Published 11 months ago by Katherine
It's just boring and rambling. I guess the point is supposed to be some social commentary on prejudice. But it lacks subtlety, not to mention a plot.Published 11 months ago by Jeff D.