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Mitchell's mastery of varying styles and personas reveals his genius. Read more
I'm not sure what all the hubbub on this book is about. It's 6 vignettes, split into halves. Each has a tie in to the one before, and the first tie in is actually clever and... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Bob Gomez
What a completely amazing book. It takes some time to figure it out, even after you think you know what's happening! Read morePublished 9 days ago by J. Harris
Made me think about the links between stories. Interesting and might be predictive of our future.Published 10 days ago by Margaret J. McKee
I have enjoyed this book even more than Ghostwritten. I look forward to his next book. The movie was good too.Published 12 days ago by Bryan D. Uslick
I don't understand this book but I love it. It is as powerful as any classical work that I was forced to read in school. And much more relatable and interesting. Read morePublished 20 days ago by rikishi
Cloud Atlas was a very satisfying read. I enjoyed the unusual format. It takes some real skill and time in development to find so many distinctly different voices and styles, not... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Habeas Opus