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While it takes a bit to get accustomed to the format of the book, i laughed out loud at segments. I thought it was an ingenious theme. Read morePublished 23 days ago by LINDA ALYCE NICKELL
The first have of the book was a slow read, and did not really pick up and get exciting until the middle or so. Then its a very dark, morbid in a way... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tia Rantula
Death With Interruptions isn't really a novel but more like incoherent ramblings by the author about death. Read morePublished 2 months ago by lazza
For a short period of time in an unknown country, death, quite literally, stops. Jose Saramago speculates on the socioeconomic ramifications of what happens in a world where death... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nick N.
I read this straight through - It was very compelling, and Saramago's writing is so poetic, almost hypnotizing. His writing reminds me of Gabriel Garcia Marquez.Published 4 months ago by claudia
I thought that the author overdid it a bit and the writing was challenging to read at times but it was worth it.
In José Saramago's novels, there often seems to have been a `what if?' question that prompted the writing of the story--for example, in his justly acclaimed (and probably... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bryan Byrd
Unexpected as a mystery. Much more literary. Definitely an author enjoying his ideas thoroughly, and you get to come along for the ride.Published 6 months ago by Singing Lemur
Jose Saramago is good at envisioning the threatened breakdown of society due to a game changing event (see his masterwork Blindness). Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer