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This isn't a quick escapist read. I like finding books that don't remind me of five other books I've already read. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Juliana A. Callahan
An excellent, excellent work. Highly imaginative, creatively wrought. I read this about three years ago and still look back on it fondly as the best book I've read in a... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jamie B.
An excellent read that is both well-researched and well written. The juxtaposition of the medieval, the modern, and the futuristic provide food for thought. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tanios
This has been sitting in my Kindle library for more than a year, as part of my effort to catch up on the last decade's worth of non-winning Hugo nominees, and... Read more
Eifelheim was a delightful sci-fi medieval narrative mystery story. I loved the depiction of everyday life in the Middle Ages, which based on the historical information I've read,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rosemary D. Reninger
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Ultimately, I felt that Flynn could have put more work into the book, even though it's... Read more
A really interesting story. The characters are a little bit corny and childish tough. And I did not like the ending.Published 4 months ago by Kyle Wilshusen
Michael Flynn's Eifelheim is a book comprised of 2 related stories. One involves the modern day quest to determine why the medieval German village of Oberhochwald, which was wiped... Read morePublished 6 months ago by SockPuppet
Michael Flynn is astonishing, though of course, YMMD. This is the sixth of his novels that I have read, the others being the "January Dancer" quartet, which I loved, and the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by grunion